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In version 2.28 this worked. Error storing `~/.evolution/mail/local/Inbox (mbox)': Summary and folder mismatch, even after a sync" I have just freshly installed Fedora 7, replacing FC6. For your interest, this is filed as As a side effect ofremoving the summary, you will lose locally stored mail labels. Again, THANKS! navigate here

Tango Icons Tango Desktop Project. Regards, Martin. restart evolution and let index files rebuild. 8. inbox still says 24 mail and 1 new...and I cant find that new there a seperate index saved totally somewhere else for new messages.

Join Date Nov 2005 Beans 46 Re: Evolution Expunge does not work Switched my servers over to IMAP and encountered this issue. This entry was posted in Linux, Ubuntu and tagged Evolution. Then deleted all Evolution files from user home directories .cache, .config, .gconf, .local and emptied user spool files in /var/spool/mail.

I'd rather die fighting lions than being trampled by geese. This is a fresh install. To get Evolution reading the spool mailbox again I simply use Linux mail to delete the message that caused the problem, then Evolution is happy. This worked a treat for me, thanks for the info....

Create a new inbox that was empty. Poking around various bug trackers did suggest that there have also been problems with some of the metadata files. How do I correct this please? One mouse click on the task bar to go to the app I want suits me much better.

Outbound is sendmail (this works). Join Date Mar 2006 Location N. Programming, Outdoors, Technology, Running, and Life Menu Skip to content Home Fix for Evolution email client error: Summary and folder mismatch, even after a sync Posted on January 16, 2008 Then i would "cat oldbox >>newbox" while evolution was running.

bmike View Public Profile Find all posts by bmike #8 22nd January 2013, 09:11 PM MartinK Offline Registered User Join Date: Nov 2012 Location: England Posts: 53 Re: How about we all chip in 1 penny, and hire some programmer to sit down and fix this program...and when he's done an hour later pay him the $113,429,754.23 that he Join Date Mar 2006 Location N. Step 2.

There is no better way at the moment. [1] Comment 9 SP 2009-04-20 13:36:53 EDT Yes - I had tried the recommendations in that link earlier, thanks. check over here Not published. This will return a line that looks like this: YourUserID 1485 1 0 13:56 ? 00:00:03 /usr/lib/libgconf2-4/gconfd-2The 1485, in this case is the process ID Kill that process: kill 1485 Start It started happening a few days ago after I was experimenting with VNC and checking my email in the VNC shell.

How many account do you have? cd ~/.evolution/mail 4. I have some 800 inbound aliases that all filter into one account. (i got the idea from a friend that used to send charitable contributions with a different middle name each his comment is here Close Evolution client.

There must be some factor involved that I am missing. But evolution 3.6.2 can't see the old folders from 2.28... Have not received any other replies on this issue.

Still I don't like it all that much.

Are you using vfolders? and i think i can configure my way past this. I saw but it says it's fixed (which is not, for me, at least). Bookmark the permalink.

I guess it is possible that disconnecting from a VNC session before Evolution completed updating its index may have corrupted the tables? michael (michael-nuttycyclist) wrote on 2011-02-20: #8 Oh bother - the bug is back. On the other hand, I can have evolution working again simply by stopping it (exit the program and then, to be sure, issue "evolution --force-shutdown") and then deleting the folders.db file Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug481121 "Summary and folder mismatch, even after a sync" Last modified: 2009-10-23 16:29:39 EDT Home | New | Search | [?] | Reports | Requests | Help

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