Seem to recal there is a list of clients that work properly.
However since it used to work. You might want to listen over the
wire and see if T is being written at all. Meaning that check the
behavior that does work from say Netscape. Then try with the one
your using. That is how i might proceed. Hope that helps a little.
On Tue, Jan 22, 2002 at 11:50:05AM -0600, Claus wrote:
Yep, you are right. None of my mails have the "T" info flag. I use Eudora
as well as IMP (Web mail) and both of them access mail through courier-imap.
Isn't courier-imap responsible for storing these mail messages and that the
mail clients shouldn't need to know how the mail is stored (Maildir, mbox,
...) as long as they use the IMAP protocol to get the mail?
I still don't know why these messages don't get flagged with a "T'. It's
especially strange since this setup worked for me on a different install
with OpenBSD 2.9, qmail, courier-imap, IMP.
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