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[Phpgroupware-users] Re: ?

From: Chris Weiss
Subject: [Phpgroupware-users] Re: ?
Date: Sun, 20 Oct 2002 03:33:00 +0000

For some reason anglemail could not parse the headers of the mail from your 
either.  I know Angles spend a very long time studying the IMAP and SMTP RFC's 
stuck to them as closly as possible so this is all very strange.  I've 
forwarded the
message headers I recieved to him in hopes that he can figure out what went 

I'd also recomend you join the anglemail list and describe the troubles your 
 they may be able to tell which debug flags to enable to get at why your inbox 

somebody wrote*:
>Hi Chris -- I've been playing with these paths and the 3 different imap
>server options (Cyrus, UWASH and UW-MAILDIR) without success (after
>installing anglemail)
>When I send an email from within phpGW, the mail goes out fine. I've set the
>maildir to "mail." and can see the mail in the Sent folder fine
>("mail.sent"), but I can't see the mail in the inbox.  However, when I run
>Outlook as a mail client, I can see the inbox, so I know it's there. PhpGW
>must be looking in another path for the inbox. It almost seems that my mail
>server is a hybrid of these types...using "." between folders except for the
>inbox itself? I'm using Mercury32 mail server on Windows.
>I've gone back and forth between Outlook and phpGW and with adding and
>deleting folders, things have gotten very messy, so I probably need to start
>over with a fresh email account and compare the imap server session logs.
>In the interim if you have any other suggestions I would appreciate them.
>Thanks for your help.
>Barry Eriksen
>Chris Weiss address@hidden
>Sat, 19 Oct 2002 15:56:48 +0000
>does your imap server need a mail dir path?  Try setting the imap server
>type to
>UW-Maildir and set the path.  UW uses mail/ by default, exchange uses no
>Barry Eriksen (address@hidden) wrote*:
>>Dave -- You are right. I didn't have the imap extension loaded in my
>>file. I thought I had it enabled, but remembered that when I was
>>troubleshooting another problem I had turned it off and forgot to turn it
>>back on. I can see my mail messages now, but am having some trouble with my
>>folders (namely can't see my "Inbox" folder but can see my "Trash" and
>>Items" folders) but that's probably a configuration problem in the mail
>>server...odd though as I can see the "Inbox" in Outlook. I'll check out the
>>angelmail link also. Thank you very much for your help.
>>Barry Eriksen
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