Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 88183
Troubles with deleting messages
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:52:49 EDT
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Description of problem:
"Summary or folder mismatch even after sync" is displayed after attempting to
cleaning the inbox from messages that are marked for deletion.
Language settings in KDE are chosen Estonian.
Besides there are some problems with displaying some specific Estonian
characters such as ï¿½, ï¿½ etc on the menus of the evolution itself.
In previous version was all OK.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. choosing a message for deleting
2. pressing a DEL to mark message for deleting
3. choosing "Puhasta" for deleting the messages that are selected.
Actual Results: Summary or folder mismatch even after sync error message is
Expected Results: incoming message box should be cleaned.
What IMAP server are you using?
Server is a POP3 one, but it is not relevant as problem is with local mail deletion:
this "puhasta" in Estonian is "expunge" in English.
Is the mail stored over NFS?
No, no NFS involved. These mails are on separate server and mail checking is
Is this any better with 1.4.5 in rawhide / the fedora core test releases?
Are you still able to reproduce this bug? Have you tried a more
recent version of Evolution?
I've seen that error message appear when the local hard drive has
filled up. If you run evolution from the command line, additional
useful debug information may get displayed. It may help to delete (or
move away) a .ev-summary file from below the evolution directory.
With several updates behind me (currently running evolution-2.0.2-4) -
at current state I haven't this issue.
As the majority of Linux distribution woes are and were related to
localization, I try not to use localization anymore.
Thanks for the feedback; resolving as fixed in CURRENTRELEASE