Oliver Lehmann | 3 Jan 11:42 2011
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Re: several questions from a newbie

Michael Rubinsky <mrubinsk <at> horde.org> wrote:

> Quoting Oliver Lehmann <lehmann <at> ans-netz.de>:
>
>> - Beside the "Sent" folder I could need some help with some sort of
>>  automatic deletion of mails in defined (Mailinglist) folders.
>>  In the past I just ran a find on my local system to find files
>>  older lets say 3 month and delete them from those directories. Now it
>>  would be cool if IMP could do this for me after magically setting this
>>  up somehow. Is it possible or does someone know how to achive this
>>  easily?
>
> Nothing automatic that I know of. I guess you could just do a search  
> based on the date using IMP.

I tried this, but I'm getting strange result. When I search for mails in a
large folder older 1st of January 2011, I'm getting for example mails from
June 2010. When I now search for mails older 1st December 2010, I'm getting
no mails displayed at all. This looks like a bug to me?!

Beside that - does someone know how to easily delete mails from specific IMAP
folders older than XXX days? I know I could use find(1), but I would prefer an
IMAP solution. Beside that I don't like to take a look on the file date (which
I would when I use find(1)). I would prefer to respect the Date: header. Why?
Many of my mails are "imported" by imap_append and have a file date  
not matching
the Date: header.

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Adam Tauno Williams | 3 Jan 12:01 2011
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Re: several questions from a newbie

On Fri, 2010-12-31 at 12:11 +0100, Oliver Lehmann wrote:
> I've switched from a local POP3 Mail Client to Horde IMP.
> Together with the switch to IMP I've of course some questions resulting
> from my old habits ;)
> I hope you can help me out.
> - Is it possible to easily mark all messages in a folder as "/Seen"?

In the Folder view, not in the message-list view.

> - I've a bunch of filters set up to move messages automatically out of
>    my Inbox into several other folders. Is it possible to get a count of
>    unread messages for each of my other folders displayed beside the
>    folder name like it is done for INBOX?

Yes, in the Horde summary view the mail-box list widget will do this.

>    Does this not happen because of the IMP filter rules and so all
>    filtered messages do no longer appear to be "new"? Can this be worked
>    around maybe by using procmail for moving mails when they arrive
>    directly? Would I get this counter beside each folder when using
>    procmail and not filtering with Horde?

Use Sieve,  then you can manage those filters via the very-good Ingo
Horde application.  They get processed by the server on delivery.  If
not using an IMAP server that supports SIEVE [Cyrus!] then upgrade.

> - This one is regarding the Threaded view / sorting. I know this is
>    based on IMAP's c-client mail_thread() but is there a way to only

I have no idea; it is true that threading in IMP doesn't work as well as
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Adam Tauno Williams | 3 Jan 12:03 2011
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Re: several questions from a newbie

On Mon, 2011-01-03 at 11:42 +0100, Oliver Lehmann wrote:
> Michael Rubinsky <mrubinsk <at> horde.org> wrote:
> Beside that - does someone know how to easily delete mails from specific IMAP
> folders older than XXX days? I know I could use find(1), but I would prefer an
> IMAP solution. Beside that I don't like to take a look on the file date (which
> I would when I use find(1)). I would prefer to respect the Date: header. Why?
> Many of my mails are "imported" by imap_append and have a file date  
> not matching
> the Date: header.

+1 Using file time stamps to say something about the message is a risky
proposition; lots of events can mess with timestamps on the files.

If you are using Cyrus IMAP look into the "expire" annotation.  I set my
SPAM folder to expire at 14 days and my sent mail to expire at 365 days
an it-just-happens - I don't even have to log in.
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Simon Brereton | 3 Jan 17:23 2011
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Error Moving message

Hi

I had a server crash this morning, and I'm not sure if this is related to that, or something else.  The server
drive was eventually okay, so I haven't had to rebuild anything.

Reporting a mail as spam in IMP (and DIMP), I got this:

# The message has been reported as spam.
# Message The message has been reported as spam to your system administrator.
# Error There was an error moving messages from "Inbox" to "". This is what the server said: [TRYCREATE]
Mailbox does not exist.

Now, the message was actually sent to the spam-trap, but apparently it can't be moved.  Previously it was
always deleted.

Can you tell me what I should check? I googled, but all I found was:
http://kb.parallels.com/1155

But when I check the options, the Trash folder created and selected (and frankly, I knew that because normal
delete works fine, but what would be the point of troubleshooting if you didn't actually double check?).

Thanks.

Simon

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Josep Cols | 4 Jan 16:35 2011

Unable to send mails with attched files with size > 3Mb

Hello:

Using IMP or DIMP, I'm unable to send mails with attached files wth a  
size > 3 Mb
Using IMP, when I press the SEND button, the window changes to a black  
one and a "DONE" msg appears on the foot.
Using DIMP, when I perss the Send Button, Send chnges to "Sending" and  
never ends.

Using IMP, the compose window says that the maximum upload file size = 20M

Using a client mail program (thunderbird) I can send messages with  
attached files of up to 15 Mb (minimum).

I can't see any error on httpd/access.log or error.log files

My php.ini file says:
post_max_size = 20M
upload_max_filesize = 20M

Any idea to search for or to solve the problem?

Thanks in advance

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Romulo Pires | 4 Jan 17:26 2011
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Error in options

In my horde ever when i enter in personal options i get this message:

"We cannot verify that this request was really sent by you. It could be
a malicious request. If you intended to perform this action, you can retry
it now."

An ppl can help me? =)
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Brent | 4 Jan 17:32 2011

Re: Unable to send mails with attched files with size > 3Mb


Quoting Josep Cols <josep <at> cols.name>:

> Hello:
>
> Using IMP or DIMP, I'm unable to send mails with attached files wth  
> a size > 3 Mb
> Using IMP, when I press the SEND button, the window changes to a  
> black one and a "DONE" msg appears on the foot.
> Using DIMP, when I perss the Send Button, Send chnges to "Sending"  
> and never ends.
>
> Using IMP, the compose window says that the maximum upload file size = 20M
>
> Using a client mail program (thunderbird) I can send messages with  
> attached files of up to 15 Mb (minimum).
>
> I can't see any error on httpd/access.log or error.log files
>
> My php.ini file says:
> post_max_size = 20M
> upload_max_filesize = 20M
>
> Any idea to search for or to solve the problem?
>
> Thanks in advance

Use a browser to http://yourhordeinstallurl/test.php

Check the File Uploads area for upload file size (about midway down)
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Josep Cols | 4 Jan 17:45 2011

Re: Unable to send mails with attched files with size > 3Mb

Hello Brent.
Thanks for your answer.
The info displayed on test.php:

phpinfo: upload_max_filesize = 20M

File Uploads

     * file_uploads enabled: Yes
     * upload_tmp_dir: /var/www/clients/client1/web24/tmp
     * upload_max_filesize: 20M
     * post_max_size: 20M

Miscellaneous PHP Settings

     * magic_quotes_runtime disabled: Yes
     * memory_limit value: 32M

And: how to enable logging?

Thanks

S'està citant Brent <impuser <at> bitrealm.com>:

>
> Quoting Josep Cols <josep <at> cols.name>:
>
>> Hello:
>>
>> Using IMP or DIMP, I'm unable to send mails with attached files wth  
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Josep Cols | 4 Jan 17:52 2011

Re: Unable to send mails with attched files with size > 3Mb (Solved)

Hello:

This problem is solved modifying php.ini settings:

BEFORE: memory_limit value = 32M
SOLVED WITH: memory_limit value = 128M

Thanks to all.

S'està citant Josep Cols <josep <at> cols.name>:

> Hello Brent.
> Thanks for your answer.
> The info displayed on test.php:
>
> phpinfo: upload_max_filesize = 20M
>
> File Uploads
>
>     * file_uploads enabled: Yes
>     * upload_tmp_dir: /var/www/clients/client1/web24/tmp
>     * upload_max_filesize: 20M
>     * post_max_size: 20M
>
> Miscellaneous PHP Settings
>
>     * magic_quotes_runtime disabled: Yes
>     * memory_limit value: 32M
>
> And: how to enable logging?
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Brent | 4 Jan 17:51 2011

Re: Unable to send mails with attched files with size > 3Mb


Quoting Josep Cols <josep <at> cols.name>:

> Hello Brent.
> Thanks for your answer.
> The info displayed on test.php:
>
> phpinfo: upload_max_filesize = 20M
>
> File Uploads
>
>     * file_uploads enabled: Yes
>     * upload_tmp_dir: /var/www/clients/client1/web24/tmp
>     * upload_max_filesize: 20M
>     * post_max_size: 20M
>
> Miscellaneous PHP Settings
>
>     * magic_quotes_runtime disabled: Yes
>     * memory_limit value: 32M
>
> And: how to enable logging?
>
> Thanks
>
> S'està citant Brent <impuser <at> bitrealm.com>:
>
>>
>> Quoting Josep Cols <josep <at> cols.name>:
>>
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