abrt 1.1.1 detected a crash.
Attached file: backtrace
comment: Evolution is configured for imap/smtp in redhat
reason: Process /usr/bin/evolution was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
release: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation release 6.0 Beta (Santiago)
How to reproduce
1. Log off from gnome with evolution running
2. Log in to gnome (evolution is in start up applications on login)
3. Evolution crashed
Created attachment 414471 [details]
Thanks for a bug report. This is same as bug #544759 for Fedora, which was marked as a duplicate and that one moved to an upstream bug , which was unfortunately closed as invalid. Anyway, looking around for XAllocID bugs I found at least these  where subject contains "XAllocID". From that I would assume it's something with gtk2, as stated in bug #559199 comment #3.
I saw something similar upstream too, which was caused by evolution-mapi, calling g_free on something allocated with g_slice or g_slice_free called on a g_new0 memory, I do not recall precisely, but you are mentioning above you are using only IMAP, thus that shouldn't be the case.
Thus I'm moving this to gtk2.
Hello, yes I use only imap.
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