Description of problem:
After last update Thunderbird load tree of IMAP-folders only partial.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
# rpm -q thunderbird
I was try delete cache folder and ImapMail/imap.gmail-1.com and restart thunderbird, but always repeat.
Cannot reproduce here ... could you reproduce with the latest upstream binary from ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/thunderbird/nightly/latest-comm-1.9.1/ ?
Otherwise looks like a duplicate of bug 517735
Now I downgrade thunderbird to version:
# rpm -q thunderbird
and it is work now.
For the last upstream build is there rpm to try? Or I must build it himself?
And yes, it look similar, except of "subfolders visible". Some subfolders, randomly as I can understand. Some not. If again choose "subscribe" and hit fresh folder button some folders may appear, but some not. I don't found any order there. It seams as thunderbird start load tree, but drop do it on middle of process.
And also it too is gmail.
When I come to home, I setup perdition imap-proxy to have unencrypted connection and catch all IMAP-speaking, than we could speak more precisely.
(In reply to comment #2)
> For the last upstream build is there rpm to try? Or I must build it himself?
Now, the directory I have pointed you to has binaries which work on Fedora 11. Just unpack it somewhere (anywhere) and run ./thunderbird from that directory (just to be sure, make a backup of ~/.thunderbird).
Thanks for fast response.
No, this build also have this problem :(
What is interesting - I setup perdition proxy to be able sniff gmail encrypted session and... and can't reproduce error now. All works through proxy. So, I don't known how deal with that problem and what can help :(
Please, say, if I can halp anything.
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