Re: moving public folders to private Trash
Fintec <mailing_list <at> fintec.co.nz>
2006-11-01 00:01:46 GMT
On Wed, 2006-07-05 at 09:58 -0700, Mark Nienberg wrote:
> Using Thunderbird 22.214.171.124 against dovecot beta9:
> If a user has Thunderbird configured to move deleted messages into a Trash folder,
> then the user cannot delete folders in a public namespace. There is no problem
> deleting messages.
> Thunderbird says:
> "The current command did not succeed. The mail server responded: Can't rename
> mailbox to another storage type."
> All mailboxes (public and private) are maildir format.
> Users can successfully delete folders from their own private areas, and the folders
> then appear as subfolders of the Trash folder.
> Also, users can reconfigure Thunderbird to delete messages immediately instead of
> moving them to trash and then successfully remove public folders.
> Also, users can move public folders within the public namespace. So I think the
> problem boils down to the inability to move a folder from a public namespace to a
> private one, which is what happens when Thunderbird is configured to move deleted
> messages to a Trash folder.
> Mark Nienberg
I have the same problem with dovecot rc10 and Thunderbird 126.96.36.199. Apart
from changing the users settings to delete messages immediately has
anyone found a solution to this problem?