[ubuntu-za] Evolution

Charl Wentzel charl.wentzel at vodamail.co.za
Thu Dec 4 07:33:16 GMT 2008

  Hi Bill Done that.  it hasn't changed.   Because of yesterdays lightning storm I unplugged my laptop, after which I had to reboot my laptop.  Later I found that I actually unplugged the router as well, which is why I couldn't connect to the internet.  May be all of this "unplugging" somehow caused the problem. Charl    From: Bill Cairns  To: charl.wentzel at vodamail.co.za, Ubuntu South African Local Community  Sent: Thu Dec 04 09:21:24 SAST 2008 Subject: Re: [ubuntu-za] Evolution  I would certainly start by checking that my POP3 / IMAP configuration is correct.On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 8:20 AM, Charl Wentzel <charl.wentzel at vodamail.co.za> wrote:            Hi Guys  I just discovered that I have a problem with Evolution mail.  I can send messages, but it doesn't download anything.  When I do a send/receive it pops up with the usual progress bars and seem to operate fine.  It definitely does not show any errors.  I only discovered the problem when I noticed e-mails being downloaded by my cellphone, which is not appearing in Evolution.   I have two mailboxes on Evolution, both give me the same problem.  I sent a mail from each to the other and could see the received mails (along with some others) on the web clients.  I marked them as unread using the web clients, but still no luck.   The network connection is ok (since I can access the web clients).  Rebooting also has no effect. I know it is not interference from my cellphone, as it doesn't delete the mails it has downloaded.  Anyway I've been working like this for months without any problems.   Where do I start looking for the problem?  Especially since Evolution does not report any errors.  My only problem is now, how do I know when somebody responds to my request? ;-)  Regards Charl   -- ubuntu-za mailing list ubuntu-za at lists.ubuntu.com https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-za   
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