h.reindl at thelounge
Mar 28, 2012, 3:04 AM
Post #4 of 5
hm - i did not this it so much, means only
some folders if messages are valid including
myself does not have many messages on IMAP
usually they are all filtered to local folders
and my inbox(es) are acting as todo-list
however - i wonder if this would only affect roundcube
my largest sorrow currently is that the header-tables
are not clean by "dbmail-util", even if you truncate
"dbmail_physmessages" - we got rid 30% of our imap
messages in the last weeks and this tables are growing
instead get smaller
dbmail_headervalue ~1,455,510 InnoDB utf8_general_ci 643,8 MiB -
dbmail_header ~1,126,918 InnoDB utf8_general_ci 217,8 MiB
Am 28.03.2012 11:54, schrieb ITronic Harald Leithner:
> since upgrade to 3.0.2 my Rounmdcube Mail dates are strange, I'm not sure why but the ordering is wrong if I sort
> for date.
> Harald didn't you have the problem while testing Roundcube?
> Am 11.03.2012, 18:15 Uhr, schrieb Reindl Harald <h.reindl [at] thelounge>:
>> great - thank you!
>> imapd feels even faster as with 3.0.1
>> pop3 works fine with Outlook 2003/2007/Express and gmail
>> i will watch for memory usage the next days
>> tested on the follwoing clients:
>> * Thunderbird (incl. moving 1000 messages through filters)
>> * Opera (incl. moving 1000 messages through filters)
>> * Outlook 2003
>> * Outlook 2007
>> * Outlook Express
>> * Roundcube Mail
>> * Android K9
>> some minutes ago production rollout after testings
>> really cool work!
>> Am 11.03.2012 17:01, schrieb Paul J Stevens:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm pleased to announce DBMail version 3.0.2, the latest in the new
>>> stable series.
>>> This is a bugfix only release, focussed mainly at addressing improved
>>> IMAP compliance and reducing memory leakage. It also includes a small
>>> but important fix in the POP3 code (bug #951).