vulture at netvulture
May 13, 2009, 10:19 AM
Post #3 of 5
Since you are just trying it out, give the 2.3 branch a test. When 2.3.6
comes out, I would say you would be relatively safe to move to the new
2.3.x storage infrastructure. A few more changes are going to be in the
database schema in 2.3.6. Possible a couple more that I'm working on
that will simplify it a bit.
Paul J Stevens wrote:
> this is a know bug in 2.2.11 introduced by one of the release candidates.
> Kevin Monceaux wrote:
>> DBMail Users,
>> I've recently given DBMail a try. I'm a e-mail pack-rat and am
>> exploring options to improve performance with some relatively large
>> mailboxes. After creating a couple of test mailboxes and copying some
>> messages to them I am seeing some odd behavior under Mutt.
>> I have piles of hierarchical mailboxes. I created a few test mailboxes. As
>> an example, two of the mailboxes I created are named Announcements and
>> General which are under an ArchLinux "folder," as:
>> The hierarchical folders seem to be confusing Mutt. When I'm at the
>> level where it should be displaying the ArchLinux folder, it's
>> displaying it, and other folders with mailboxes under them, multiple
>> 1 ../
>> 2 00-Inbox
>> 3 ArchLinux/
>> 4 ArchLinux/
>> 5 ArchLinux/
>> 6 MiscComp/
>> 7 MiscComp/
>> 8 Test
>> If I select any of the ArchLinux folders listed above, the mailboxes
>> under ArchLinux display normally. I was using Alpine a while back and
>> fired it up to compare. I'm seeing similar symptoms under Alpine:
>> 00-Inbox Test ArchLinux/ ArchLinux/ ArchLinux[/]
>> MiscComp/ MiscComp[/]
>> Also, Mutt is displaying all unread messages as new messages, even if
>> I close a mailbox and go back into it. None of the unread messages
>> are showing up as "old" messages as they should be. I'm not seeing
>> that problem under Alpine.
>> I've used Mutt, and Alpine, with Cyrus in the past with no problems.
>> After trying DBMail, installed locally on my home desktop box, I
>> installed Dovecot locally and tested with similar mailboxes and had no
>> problems with either Mutt or Alpine.
>> I'm running DBMail 2.2.11 installed via the ArchLinux package manager.
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