Description of problem:
I get corrupted emails when using Kontact/KMail to access my IMAP account.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
F14, using kdepimlibs-akonadi-4.5.3-2.fc14.x86_64, akonadi-1.4.1-2.fc14.x86_64
I have had problems every time I have tried to use Kontact.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start Kontact (which will force Akonadi to start)
2. Check email
3. Go to INBOX or a subfolder
4. See strange things happening.
Today, I saw a mix of the subjectline and the email address of the sender shown in Kontact in the subject column, and "Unknown" as date.
Earlier, I have seen messages duplicate, having the same (correct) subject line, but with the message body containing some header info, and also the body of other emails.
Something must be very wrong.
I have had a warning earlier (from the startup of akonadi):
[ERROR] Can't open and lock privilege tables: Table 'mysql.servers' doesn't exist
which I "solved" by:
$ akonadictl stop
$ mysql_install_db --datadir=$HOME/.local/share/akonadi/db_data/
$ akonadictl start
The next start of Akonadi seemed to be quite okay, except for the following error:
"akonadiserver" [out] "Error : You can't use locks with log tables.
How can I debug this, without risking the loss of my IMAP email? Is there a known fix?
Btw, I did run Rawhide before F14 was released, then I kept my /home/ and did a fresh install of F14 stable.
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