Description of problem:
If the first account in the accounts list is configured to use TLS or SSL for POP3 evolution claims an e/a error.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Configure the first account to use SSL or TLS for POP3
2. Restart Evolution
3. Fetch all accounts
Evolution claims an e/a error
No errors should appear
Disabling TLS/SSL for the first account is a possible workaround
I wonder what an e/a error is...
Same here, could you provide exact error message, please?
Created attachment 494999 [details]
Screenshot of the errormessage
The exact error message is just "Eingabe-/Ausgabefehler" as shown on the screenshot
Okay. English please?
Input-/Output Error or in short e/a error
Thanks, that makes more sense now.
Can you try running Evolution from a terminal like so:
CAMEL_DEBUG=all evolution 2>&1 > log
Repeat the procedure to get the I/O error, and then attach the "log" file here. You should look over the file first and make sure it doesn't contain any passwords or personal data that you don't want posted publicly.
Created attachment 495023 [details]
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