Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 824994
can't restrict new mail notifications to Inbox folder
Last modified: 2013-02-13 19:54:03 EST
Description of problem:
I can't get new mail notifications only from my Inbox folder.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
happens every time
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Enable Notification plugin.
2. Configure Notification plugin in Preferences to Popup for Inbox only
2. Configure Notification plugin in Preferences to Enable Trayicon and Only include selected folders.
Either I get notifications of incoming mail from all folders or no notifications at all. What happens depends on if I enable the "Mail folders" checkbox under Preferences->Plugins->Notification->Include folder types.
I would like to see notifications for mail coming into my Inbox.
=I am using Gnome Shell.
=My mail folders are accessed via IMAP.
=I use procmail to filter the mail into mail folders.
FWIW, I'm unable to reproduce anything like that (with F-17 however). I also use a combination of IMAP, local folders and procmail. But both the popup notifications and the trayicon (which I don't use usually) work for me.
Yes, notifications seem to be working fine with Fedora 17. I only get notifications for messages in the INBOX folder.
So, does that mean you've replaced you Fedora 16, or is the problem reproducible with Claws Mail 3.8.1 for F16:
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