Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 862567
KMail Spam/Ham buttons not always shown
Last modified: 2014-02-05 07:25:45 EST
Description of problem:
When starting KMail, having configured Spam filtering with the Anti-Spam Wizard, the Spam and Ham toolbar buttons are not always shown.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
This bug was also present for kdepim-4.9.1 on fc17 and fc18-Alpha
Fairly repeatable. Buttons fail to show more often than they do show.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start KMail and observe missing Spam/Ham toolbar buttons
2. Exit KMail
3. Start KMail again and observe Spam/Ham toolbar buttons are present
The Spam and Ham toolbar buttons do not show every time when starting KMail
The Spam and Ham toolbar buttons should consistently be shown.
My Spam filtering is configured to use SpamBayes (installed by default) and known and suspected Spam are moved to INBOX/Junk on my cyrus-imapd24 server.
This appears to be an initial thing.
If you access KMail via Kontact, and have Kontact configured to open KMail at startup, then if the buttons are not shown and you switch to another view (e.g. Contacts or Calendar) then return to the Mail view, the buttons will appear correctly.
Further investigation shows that this is related to starting of Akonadi by KMail/Kontact.
If I add "akonadictl start" as a program to my KDE autostart then the Spam/Ham buttons are shown reliably at initial startup of KMail/Kontact.
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