disabling non-mail folders via IMAP - what does it break?
Erik M Jacobs
erik at jumpshipservices.co
Wed Oct 9 18:24:22 CEST 2013
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On 10/09/2013 09:27 AM, Torsten Grote wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 October 2013 09:18:04 Erik M Jacobs wrote:
>> Does Roundcube rely on these folders being present via IMAP?
> Yes, since this is where the information is stored.
>> That sounds like a really painful solution to something that
>> Kolab should probably handle automatically.
> That's one perspective. Another is that the IMAP client should
> support RFC 5464 properly.
I didn't realize this was part of an RFC. Apparently it is a
long-standing bug in Thunderbird:
It was originally opened in 2006!
>> Does the actual Kontact mail client rely on these folders being
>> available via IMAP?
> Yes, although it does understand that these folders do not contain
> emails and therefore does not show them in the mail client.
I will need to double check with Mac mail and Evolution. I have a
suspicion that Outlook will be the "dumbest" client of all in this
regard, but do not have access to test that or Mac mail at present.
Thanks for the info.
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