Description of problem:
When I set up IMAP via the initial setup wizard, I had to restart evolution in
order to actually be asked for my password and see my mail on the IMAP server.
Doubt it matters, but this is a x86_64, viper box.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click on mail button in Gnome desktop
2. Go through the wizard, setting up IMAP (I initially told it to detect if it
needed SSL, and then was told to try telling it to use SSL always, before I
tried restarting Evo, if that matters)
3. Try to see mail on the IMAP server
No mail until restart Evo.
Should be able to see one's IMAP mail immediately.
Will check if I can reproduce this by creating a fresh user account (may end up
trying a fresh install, as this is the first time I've tried to use Evo at all
since this was installed).
Possible dup of 169484? in particular c.f. this:
"I can reproduce the behaviour described in the recipe: if I switch from "Secure
Password" to Plaintext Password" and check the "Remember Password" option in
the initial wizard, these settings are not preserved on restart.
However, this bug appears to only affect the initial account creation wizard.
If I subsequently edit the account, changes made to these fields are preserved
on a restart of Evolution."
This is reproducable if I tell it to use SSL 'Whenever possible', rather than
always using it (apparently it doesn't like 'Whenever Possible', and doesn't
cope well with it being changed to what it does like). If I change to Always
SSL, I will need to restart Evo in order for it to work.
I suspect that defaulting to "Always" from the get go will make it happy enough.
No, I don't think this is a dup of that other bug, as it appears to relate to
SSL settings, not password settings.
I note that if one starts Evo with it set to Always, and moves to 'Whenever
Possible', it copes. It only doesn't cope if it starts with 'Whenever Possible'
and you try to change to 'Always'.
I also note that I'm using my IMAP account on mail.boston.redhat.com
Also possibly related: if one's Evo is set up to use POP (in this case, it was
not set up in a way that would work), and then one tries to change to IMAP,
it'll ask for the password but not add the IMAP folders to the mail folders view.
Wasn't sure if it related or not; if you think not, I can make another bug.
Evolution 2.0.2 is only being updated for security issues. Closing as WONTFIX.