[Dovecot] lazy_expunge vs mulberry
fcusack at fcusack.com
Tue Apr 17 09:06:00 EEST 2007
On April 16, 2007 3:20:10 PM +0300 Timo Sirainen <tss at iki.fi> wrote:
> On Sun, 2007-04-15 at 23:40 -0700, Frank Cusack wrote:
>> I've configured the lazy_expunge plugin exactly like it says on the wiki.
>> I can't seem to configure Mulberry to find the new namespaces. Any
>> I notice that the wiki says to use / as the separator. Mulberry has a
>> setting for this, and the default is '.'. Leaving this as '.' in
>> Mulberry and / in dovecot seems to work fine. (But I still can't access
>> the .EXPUNGED or other namespaces.)
>> Another page on the wiki says that the default separator for maildir is
>> '.'. Why does the lazy_expunge page suggest using '/'?
> Well, the feature was developed for one specific user and that example
> configuration reflects how they wanted to use it. Or possibly the
> configuration I just happened to use while testing it. Or maybe it was
> an exact copy of how Cyrus's lazy expunges were explained. I don't
> Your problem anyway is that hidden=yes makes the namespaces invisible to
> clients. I'll go remove them.
Sure, I realize that. But in the "Display Hierarchy" dialog, Mulberry has
a part to enter additional hierarchies (I guess this is namespaces), that
aren't in the top part which is where Mulberry shows the advertised
namespaces. When I enter "EXPUNGED" or ".EXPUNGED" or ".EXPUNGED/" I get
a folder in my mailboxes list but no subfolders and no messages in that
folder (even though there are messages there).
If I remove hidden=yes, Mulberry crashes on login.
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