[Imap-uw] behaviour imap 2007
andres.henckens at uhasselt.be
Fri Feb 15 12:17:38 PST 2008
No I haven't, we are using a 'stock' RHEL4 server with php and it's so
modules. But this is not the cause of the problem.
I can reproduce this also with a server only running imap2004 or
imap2007 and one outlook client with 2 accounts, one pop3 one imap.
I send an e-mail to my test account and read it with imap, so
it's status is 'read' and that works. If I check my mail on the same
account with pop3, it is unread again. This is with imap2007, with
imap2004 the message has a flag status 'read' when it is read and is
flagged new when it remained untouched.
On Fri, 15 Feb 2008, Bob Atkins wrote:
> Have you re-linked your webmail app (I presume php based) with the 2007
> libc-client library? If not, then I would expect the type of weird issues
> that you your seeing.
> FYI, Mark - this is one of the reasons that we create a shared libc-client so
> that we don't find ourselves having to re-build all of the apps that need to
> link with the library. It would sure be nice if you incorporated a proper
> shared object solution in the imap build with the necessary versioning to
> keep things straight. I also wish that the library name was more appropriate.
> libc-client is awfully generic/non-descript. In theory it should be named
> Just my 2 cents.
> Andres Henckens wrote:
>> We noticed some strang behaviour when using imap 2007.
>> When we used imap 2004 a client could read his e-mail externally with a
>> webmail application (it's using an imap connection), when he came to his
>> desk to download his e-mail with pop3, the e-mails that he already had seen
>> in the webmail application were still marked as 'seen'.
>> Now with imap 2007 the e-mails are always marked as New in his inbox after
>> downloading with pop3. I tested with outlook and eudora, the results are
>> the same, also test the latest development release.
>> Is this behaviour ment to be permanent or can it be fixed ?
>> best regards,
>> Andres Henckens
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