derek at pointerstop.ca
Fri May 1 14:03:26 BST 2009
> John L Fjellstad said:
>> Derek Broughton <derek at pointerstop.ca> writes:
>>> otoh, I do still have the same old problem I've had for 4 years - you
>>> can not hibernate the computer with kmail open and be able to access
>>> the IMAP folders when you resume. You have to exit, restart
>>> kmail/kontact first. otth, I suspect this is actually a dovecot problem
>>> not a kmail one. I wonder why I haven't configured dovecot to
>>> shutdown/resume on hibernate :-)
>> Must be a dovecot problem because I don't see that problem with kmail
>> against courierimap.
> As I mentioned, I don't have dovecot installed, so it can't be that.
That doesn't necessarily follow. What IMAP server _do_ you have? If you
say "none", then it isn't the same problem. This problem is very specific
to having an IMAP folder open in KMail, and has to do with KMail and/or the
IMAP server believing the user is still logged in after resume, but the
session being unusable. The original KDE bug was claimed fixed, but it was
never resolved for me. If _either_ KMail or the IMAP server would force
logout a session inactive for "N" minutes, and the other end would recognize
that, it probably wouldn't be a problem.
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