Paul | 1 Apr 06:50 2003
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[sylpheed:19526] Re: Very strange

On Tue, 1 Apr 2003 01:18:23 +0300, Pavlos wrote:

><francois <at> tourde.org>:
>62.212.97.93 failed after I sent the message.
>Remote host said: 550 Syntax error in 'To' header: malformed address:
>=?ISO-8859-7?Q?(Fran=E7ois?= TOU may not follow francois <at> tourde.org :
>failing address is: francois <at> tourde.org =?ISO-8859-7?Q?(Fran=E7ois?=
>TOURDE)

It looks like qmail cannot handle the bad e-mail address.
There is no limiter like < > around the name, which seems to confure the
parser.

Has no dealing with sylpheed.

Paul

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Hiroyuki Yamamoto | 1 Apr 07:50 2003
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[sylpheed:19527] Re: Very strange

Hello,

On Tue, 1 Apr 2003 06:50:33 +0200
Paul <Linux <at> nlpagan.net> wrote:

> ><francois <at> tourde.org>:
> >62.212.97.93 failed after I sent the message.
> >Remote host said: 550 Syntax error in 'To' header: malformed address:
> >=?ISO-8859-7?Q?(Fran=E7ois?= TOU may not follow francois <at> tourde.org :
> >failing address is: francois <at> tourde.org =?ISO-8859-7?Q?(Fran=E7ois?=
> >TOURDE)
> 
> It looks like qmail cannot handle the bad e-mail address.
> There is no limiter like < > around the name, which seems to confure
> the parser.
> 
> Has no dealing with sylpheed.

I think parentheses (inside of which mean comments) should be handled
by sylpheed exceptionally on header encoding. For example:

francois <at> tourde.org (=?ISO-8859-7?Q?Fran=E7ois?= TOURDE)
instead of
francois <at> tourde.org =?ISO-8859-7?Q?(Fran=E7ois?= TOURDE)

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Joe Hill | 1 Apr 08:47 2003
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[sylpheed:19528] Signature question

When I click "compose", the From: is the default account, and in the body of the note I can see the proper
signature for that account already inserted. However, if I choose to send from a different
account/identity, it does not change the signature. I am not sure if this would be classified as a bug or if
there is something I am missing in the menus and configurations.

Regards,

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Alex Chesney | 1 Apr 09:28 2003
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[sylpheed:19529] messages always marked as unread

Hi, I've used sylpheed for a long time and now after a system reinstallation I copied the home/user/Mail
directory to use it in the new installation of sylpheed. Everything seems to work fine, but my read
messages always get marked as unread if I switch folders or restart sylpheed. I don't know what the problem
could be and I didn't try patching to previous version yet.
Thanks
Alex 

Godwin Stewart | 1 Apr 11:05 2003
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[sylpheed:19530] Re: messages always marked as unread

And Thus Spake Alex Chesney <achesney <at> ic.sunysb.edu> (on Tue, 1 Apr 2003
02:28:25 -0500):

> Hi, I've used sylpheed for a long time and now after a system
> reinstallation I copied the home/user/Mail directory to use it in the new
> installation of sylpheed. Everything seems to work fine, but my read
> messages always get marked as unread if I switch folders or restart
> sylpheed. I don't know what the problem could be and I didn't try patching
> to previous version yet. Thanks
> Alex 

That sounds like a permissions question.

"user" may not have the same numeric UID and GID as before the reinstall.
"chmod -R" your mail folder to the right user.group and the problem should
disappear.

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Yuri Arapov | 1 Apr 11:07 2003
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[sylpheed:19531] Re: messages always marked as unread

On Tue, 1 Apr 2003 02:28:25 -0500
Alex Chesney <achesney <at> ic.sunysb.edu> wrote:

> Hi, I've used sylpheed for a long time and now after a system
> reinstallation I copied the home/user/Mail directory to use it in the
> new installation of sylpheed. Everything seems to work fine, but my read
> messages always get marked as unread if I switch folders or restart
> sylpheed. I don't know what the problem could be and I didn't try
> patching to previous version yet.

~/.sylpheed/folderlist.xml might be the reason.  Check its permissions,
my ones are "-rw-------".

I guess someday I had something like this.  And if I'm not wrong I had
to edit folderlist.xml manually to make 
	new="0" unread="0"
for each folder.

Yuri

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Pavlos Parissis | 1 Apr 19:33 2003
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[sylpheed:19532] Re: Very strange

On Tue, 1 Apr 2003 06:50:33 +0200 Paul <Linux <at> nlpagan.net> wrote:
>  On Tue, 1 Apr 2003 01:18:23 +0300, Pavlos wrote:
>  
>  ><francois <at> tourde.org>:
>  >62.212.97.93 failed after I sent the message.
>  >Remote host said: 550 Syntax error in 'To' header: malformed address:
>  >=?ISO-8859-7?Q?(Fran=E7ois?= TOU may not follow francois <at> tourde.org :
>  >failing address is: francois <at> tourde.org =?ISO-8859-7?Q?(Fran=E7ois?=
>  >TOURDE)
>  
>  It looks like qmail cannot handle the bad e-mail address.
>  There is no limiter like < > around the name, which seems to confure the
>  parser.
No you are wrong look the tests I did

Return-Path: <p_pavlos <at> freemail.gr>
Delivered-To: paul <at> spartacos.localdomain
Received: (qmail 1297 invoked by alias); 1 Apr 2003 20:23:27 +0300
Delivered-To: paul jsdjsjsjsjsj <at> spartacos.localdomain
Received: (qmail 1295 invoked from network); 1 Apr 2003 20:23:27 +0300
Received: from unknown (HELO spartacos.surfland) (127.0.0.1)
  by 0 with SMTP; 1 Apr 2003 20:23:27 +0300
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2003 20:23:27 +0300
From: Pavlos Parissis <p_pavlos <at> freemail.gr>
To: <paul> <jsdjsjsjsjsj>
Message-Id: <20030401202327.1a094dd0.p_pavlos <at> freemail.gr>
X-Mailer: Sylpheed version 0.8.11 (GTK+ 1.2.10; i686-pc-linux-gnu)
User-Agent: JP FreeRide 129
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: multipart/signed; protocol="application/pgp-signature";
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Seth Kurtzberg | 1 Apr 21:08 2003

[sylpheed:19533] URLs

Hello,

When I have a URL in an email message, it displays in green.  When I highlight the URL, sometimes it invokes the
web browser I have configured, but other times it appears to do nothing.  When it does nothing, if I go into
the configuration and (without making any changes) do apply in the dialog where the web browser launch
command is set, it works again.

Is there something to do in addition to highlighting the URL to get the web browser to launch?

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Mark Drummond | 1 Apr 23:05 2003
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[sylpheed:19534] IMAP operations *very* slow

I've tried using sylpheed on a number of occasions over the past couple 
years. While I like sylpheed, IMAP operations are always painfully slow, 
to the point of unuseability. Has anyone else encountered this?

I'm trying to delete a large number of system message sent to me from 
cron. Deleting them takes sylpheed many minutes, during which the 
sylpheed interface is completely unresponsive, while it only takes 
mozilla seconds to perform the same action.

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Alex Chesney | 1 Apr 23:37 2003
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[sylpheed:19535] Re: messages always marked as unread

Thanks chown -R did the trick
Alex

On Tue, 1 Apr 2003 11:05:34 +0200
Godwin Stewart <gstewart <at> bonivet.net> wrote:

> And Thus Spake Alex Chesney <achesney <at> ic.sunysb.edu> (on Tue, 1 Apr 2003
> 02:28:25 -0500):
> 
> > Hi, I've used sylpheed for a long time and now after a system
> > reinstallation I copied the home/user/Mail directory to use it in the new
> > installation of sylpheed. Everything seems to work fine, but my read
> > messages always get marked as unread if I switch folders or restart
> > sylpheed. I don't know what the problem could be and I didn't try patching
> > to previous version yet. Thanks
> > Alex 
> 
> That sounds like a permissions question.
> 
> "user" may not have the same numeric UID and GID as before the reinstall.
> "chmod -R" your mail folder to the right user.group and the problem should
> disappear.
> 
> -- 
> G. Stewart   --   gstewart <at> bonivet.net -- gstewart <at> spamcop.net
> Registered Linux user #284683
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
> A computer without Windows is like a chocolate cake
> without mustard
> 
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