John H. Bennett III | 3 Jan 18:10 2008

Webmail attachment notification

Hello,

Is there a way with the current stable version of imp to be able to  
know when a message has an attachment.  Like showing to old paperclip  
in the layout?  If so, would you tell me where this is configured.  If  
not, is the available in the current RC version or is this more of an  
invalid request?

Thanks,

John Bennett

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Kevin Konowalec | 3 Jan 18:35 2008
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Re: Webmail attachment notification

John:

In Imp 4.1.4 that's set in your mailbox settings on the Imp setup  
panel.  I'm not sure if something's changed between versions but  
that's where it is for earlier versions.  We've explicitly turned that  
off on our installation though - we found that turning it on slowed  
the system down to an unacceptable level (and it tells you right in  
the config that it's a performance hit).

Kevin

On Jan 3, 2008, at 10:10 AM, John H. Bennett III wrote:

> Hello,
>
> Is there a way with the current stable version of imp to be able to
> know when a message has an attachment.  Like showing to old paperclip
> in the layout?  If so, would you tell me where this is configured.  If
> not, is the available in the current RC version or is this more of an
> invalid request?
>
> Thanks,
>
> John Bennett
>
>
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Michael M Slusarz | 3 Jan 18:43 2008

Re: Webmail attachment notification

Quoting Kevin Konowalec <webadmin <at> ualberta.ca>:

> John:
>
> In Imp 4.1.4 that's set in your mailbox settings on the Imp setup
> panel.  I'm not sure if something's changed between versions but
> that's where it is for earlier versions.  We've explicitly turned that
> off on our installation though - we found that turning it on slowed
> the system down to an unacceptable level (and it tells you right in
> the config that it's a performance hit).

In 4.2 this has been moved to a hook in IMP.  Also in 4.2, if using  
caching, this is no longer a performance hit since we can cache the  
MIME structure.

michael

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Kevin Konowalec | 3 Jan 18:46 2008
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Re: Webmail attachment notification

Well there ya go then :)

Boy 4.2 sounds like a massive improvement over 4.1.x.  Will there be  
documentation available detailing all the new features and how to use  
them for maximum performance?

K

On Jan 3, 2008, at 10:43 AM, Michael M Slusarz wrote:

> Quoting Kevin Konowalec <webadmin <at> ualberta.ca>:
>
>> John:
>>
>> In Imp 4.1.4 that's set in your mailbox settings on the Imp setup
>> panel.  I'm not sure if something's changed between versions but
>> that's where it is for earlier versions.  We've explicitly turned  
>> that
>> off on our installation though - we found that turning it on slowed
>> the system down to an unacceptable level (and it tells you right in
>> the config that it's a performance hit).
>
> In 4.2 this has been moved to a hook in IMP.  Also in 4.2, if using
> caching, this is no longer a performance hit since we can cache the
> MIME structure.
>
> michael
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Michael M Slusarz | 3 Jan 18:46 2008

Re: IMP shows mailbox as empty when sorted by date is required

Quoting Jean-Yves Avenard <jyavenard <at> gmail.com>:

> Hello
>
> I have a horde installation which has been working fine for several years.
>
> I have one user with over 14,000 emails in his mailbox.
>
>> From time to time, its inbox will show no messages "There are no
> messages in this mailbox." but will still report how many newor unread
>  messages in this folder.
>
> I usually sort this issue by deleting the user preferences in the  
> SQL database.
>
> However, today I've been able to always reproduce that issue.
>
> By default, IMP will sort messages by message ID and it will be able
> to display all the messages.
>
> However, if the sort order is changed in any ways, IMP will report
> "There are no messages in this mailbox." and you can not change the
> sorting options anymore and the inbox folder will stay forever empty.
>
> Changing the sorting order in the Options menus have no effect whatsoever.
>
> I have allocated 128MB to PHP in php.ini.
>
> I can not see any error messages in any logs.
>
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Michael M Slusarz | 3 Jan 18:48 2008

Re: folders not appearing?

Quoting Mike Eggleston <mikeegg1 <at> mac.com>:

> I have a remote user that has hundreds of folders. These folders are not
> displayed on the main screen inside Imp. The folders are there. I can
> see the folders in the raw filesystem and the user can see the folders
> in Microsoft Outlook.
>
> I asked my user to try and subscribe to a few of the folders in the Folders
> screen, then go back to the main screen to see if the folders appear. The
> folders still remain hidden.

What is the "main screen"?

michael

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Michael M Slusarz | 3 Jan 18:45 2008

Re: hiding non-email IMAP-folders in IMP

Quoting Mike Gabriel <m.gabriel <at> das-netzwerkteam.de>:

> hi there,
>
> i am using kolab-2.1 and horde-webmail-1.1rc1.
>
> is there a possibility to completely hide non-mail IMAP folders in imp
> (i.e. folders containing events, tasks, contacts, etc.)?
>
> currently i am using $conf[hooks][mbox_redirect] and
> $conf[hooks][mbox_icon] to hide the contents of non-mail folders which
> already works fine but creates a great portion of redundancy.
>
> however, it would be really nice to have non-mail folders conmpletely
> invisible in imp and only show them in the "Organize" menu subtree.
>
> any ideas?

Isn't this automatically done by the Kolab code located in hooks.php?   
Or am I not understanding the issue?

michael

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Mike Eggleston | 3 Jan 18:52 2008
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Re: folders not appearing?

On Thu, 03 Jan 2008, Michael M Slusarz might have said:

> Quoting Mike Eggleston <mikeegg1 <at> mac.com>:
> 
> > I have a remote user that has hundreds of folders. These folders are not
> > displayed on the main screen inside Imp. The folders are there. I can
> > see the folders in the raw filesystem and the user can see the folders
> > in Microsoft Outlook.
> >
> > I asked my user to try and subscribe to a few of the folders in the Folders
> > screen, then go back to the main screen to see if the folders appear. The
> > folders still remain hidden.
> 
> What is the "main screen"?

The first screen that is displayed after logging into Imp.

Mike
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Michael M Slusarz | 3 Jan 19:07 2008

Re: folders not appearing?

Quoting Mike Eggleston <mikeegg1 <at> mac.com>:

> On Thu, 03 Jan 2008, Michael M Slusarz might have said:
>
>> Quoting Mike Eggleston <mikeegg1 <at> mac.com>:
>>
>> > I have a remote user that has hundreds of folders. These folders are not
>> > displayed on the main screen inside Imp. The folders are there. I can
>> > see the folders in the raw filesystem and the user can see the folders
>> > in Microsoft Outlook.
>> >
>> > I asked my user to try and subscribe to a few of the folders in  
>> the Folders
>> > screen, then go back to the main screen to see if the folders appear. The
>> > folders still remain hidden.
>>
>> What is the "main screen"?
>
> The first screen that is displayed after logging into Imp.

I guess I am confused.  Your user *can* see the folders in IMP because  
he can subscribe to them in the folders screen.

michael

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Mike Eggleston | 3 Jan 19:51 2008
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Re: folders not appearing?

On Thu, 03 Jan 2008, Michael M Slusarz might have said:

> Quoting Mike Eggleston <mikeegg1 <at> mac.com>:
> 
> >On Thu, 03 Jan 2008, Michael M Slusarz might have said:
> >
> >>Quoting Mike Eggleston <mikeegg1 <at> mac.com>:
> >>
> >>> I have a remote user that has hundreds of folders. These folders are not
> >>> displayed on the main screen inside Imp. The folders are there. I can
> >>> see the folders in the raw filesystem and the user can see the folders
> >>> in Microsoft Outlook.
> >>>
> >>> I asked my user to try and subscribe to a few of the folders in  
> >>the Folders
> >>> screen, then go back to the main screen to see if the folders appear. 
> >>The
> >>> folders still remain hidden.
> >>
> >>What is the "main screen"?
> >
> >The first screen that is displayed after logging into Imp.
> 
> I guess I am confused.  Your user *can* see the folders in IMP because  
> he can subscribe to them in the folders screen.
> 
> michael

My user can see the folders in the Folder Screen. My user says there
should be something to the left of the Main Screen, a tree-like structure
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