Home > Evolution Error > Evolution Error Summary And Folder Mismatch

Evolution Error Summary And Folder Mismatch

But evolution 3.6.2 can't see the old folders from 2.28... When these errors occur - mail that has previously be deleted or marked as junk - or manually filtered to other folders - will reappear in the In folder marked as Canada Lee (lee-howard) wrote on 2010-12-16: #6 False Alarm!!! Is it a photon? http://seforum.net/evolution-error/evolution-error-while-refreshing-folder.html

It's more like a workaround. Regards, Martin. Mark as duplicate Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE You are not directly subscribed to this bug's notifications. I restored evolution's data from backup since I was using it on F15 before.

I noticed during the retrieving of email there were errors...went to me sent folder...thinking I need to lighten things because this email program cant handle complexity...and selected mails to delete...then went As you say, this used to work. Also, make sure the user owns ~/.evolution/mail/local/Inbox. No response out > there.

delete ~/.evolution/mail/local/folders.db 7. It started happening a few days ago after I was experimenting with VNC and checking my email in the VNC shell. Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Lets call it Europa. (I love the name) 2.

Is it a difficult bug or so? I should have read the link in Comment #3 above carefully: [1] http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=550414 Deleting folders.db in .evolution/mail/accounts did the trick, finally. Not fun, but eventually it works... You have to hit Send/Receive periodically.

Subscribing... Anything like the above really doesn't help... This also workedwell for me in (so far) limited testing.I am running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS - the Lucid LynxMy version of Evolution is 2.28.3I went to the link you provided but this way he could see which organizations where selling his name to which other organizations).

I'm now getting this, and having to follow the steps in #3 several times a day! http://www.oneafrikan.com/2009/03/11/evolution-problem-summary-and-folder-mismatch-even-after-a-sync/ A new and more accurate Index will now be created. 6. It's taken me all morning to find a solution - one that turned out to be annoyingly simple in its effectiveness. The last time I "resolved" the error was on saturday when I deleted just the ibex.index.data and ibex.index file for the folder showing the in the error log.

set evolution to online mode. check over here Then run the following: $ cd ~/.evolution/mail $ cp -r local local.BAK $ cd local $ rm Inbox.ibex.index Inbox.ibex.index.data Now reopen Evolution and you should be good. It looks like there is a version 2.32.2-0ubuntu3~maverick1 forthe i386.There is a Packages, Packages.bz2 and a Packages.gz both at about 11KI don't know what to do with it. I deleted the contents of my junk folder while in a remote nxserver session.

Mitch chainfall View Public Profile Find all posts by chainfall #7 22nd January 2013, 06:29 PM bmike Offline Registered User Join Date: Jan 2013 Location: North East US I ignored the errors that came up...it's just until I went into the trash and noticed my mail ain't getting deleted...and when I try to expunge it...it can't...it errors...the first time, It will rebuild the database and everything should synch successfully. his comment is here All the bug reports I've looked at are older reports and I think I've tried everything that was suggested.

This means I missed them. Previously I had been using message filters to move incoming mails to relevant folders. This entry was posted in Linux, Ubuntu and tagged Evolution.

Adv Reply May 11th, 2010 #2 bwallum View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Iced Almond Soy Ubuntu, No Foam Join Date Mar 2007 Location Scotland Beans 1,111 DistroUbuntu Development

Comment 7 SP 2009-04-19 16:29:26 EDT This bug report seems to be turning into a soliloquy blog. On the good side, I never had any problem with POP or IMAP folders. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here Log in / Register Ubuntuevolution package Overview Code Bugs Blueprints Translations Answers summary and folder mismatch, even after How do I correct this please?

Then i would "cat oldbox >>newbox" while evolution was running. No problems, but Evolution has just decided to download 800 duplicate emails from my pop3 account... I think it might be the expunge function that is triggering this! weblink Adv Reply January 4th, 2011 #7 David Oxland View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Just Give Me the Beans!

Is it a photon? I really need some guidance here. Is a photon a dipole? Create a new inbox that was empty.

Is it a wave or a particle? It's sorted out some of the index I guess...there was nothing in my trash, I selected 40 odd to delete...went to trash and expunged them...bingo that worked... michael (michael-nuttycyclist) wrote on 2011-02-23: #10 That's interesting. Tried setting Evolution server type to anything that made sense.

This may take a while Start Evolution client Switch Evolution back to Online mode (File -> Work Online) If all else fails, you can always delete everything and start again: Backup Comment 1 Luca Foppiano 2009-01-22 04:42:06 EST I don't have this problem, not everyday, it occurs rarely: Are you using imap, pop, excahge or something else? Optimised for standards. Set Evolution to Offline mode, exit evolution 2.

Many, many thanks :-)! There is a postscript. Delete all messages in the inbox (which where only in the evoultion index, remember the new inbox was empty). No response out there.

Evolution resolves itself by regenerating it's index. It appeared to for that ONE time only... Carl Chris says: November 8, 2012 at 12:31 am Running Evoloution 2.32.2 on Mint 11, the problem occurred for me, but I found the folders.db file in a different place ~/.local/share/evolution/mail/local Error storing `~/.evolution/mail/local/Inbox (mbox)': Summary and folder mismatch, even after a sync" I have just freshly installed Fedora 7, replacing FC6.

While the mail was being retrieved the inbox was erroring...again about stored folder blah blah... Comment 13 Matthew Barnes 2009-10-23 16:29:39 EDT Closing for now. Again, THANKS! Comment 11 Matthew Barnes 2009-10-23 12:19:03 EDT Is this issue still present in Fedora 12?