[Pkg-roundcube-maintainers] Bug#552430: Mail folder checking is inconsistent

Vincent Bernat bernat at debian.org
Sat Nov 7 17:21:58 UTC 2009

OoO En cette  matinée ensoleillée du lundi 26  octobre 2009, vers 09:08,
David Headland <dh at winterwolf.co.uk> disait :

> I've just started using RoundCube as a webmail client for my IMAP mail. My 
> account is set up to check all folders for new mail (under Personal 
> Settings-> Preferences->Mailbox view), which works perfectly for both manual 
> mail checks and automatic periodic checks. However, it doesn't appear to 
> check all folders on initial login - you'd have to either wait for the next 
> periodic check or force a manual check for this to happen.

> Also, it seems that checking for mail by any method will only provide 
> information on folders that have additional new messages. For example, take 
> the following scenario:

> * RoundCube is used to view mail
> * Two unread messages are in the "Personal" folder when finished
> * [These messages are marked as read using another MUA]
> * Log back in to RoundCube
> * Personal still shows two unread messages
> * Check mail manually using RoundCube
> * Personal still shows two unread messages
> * Click on the Personal folder
> * It now should no unread message, which is correct

> If you require any further information to locate this issues, please do let 
> me know and I'll do everything I can to help.

Hi David!

There   is   some   improvement   in   Roundcube   0.3.1   about   cache
management. Could you  check that it solves your  problem? Please notice
that upstream  disable cache by default  from this release,  so it could
fix your  problem without really fixing  it. Try with  cache enabled and

panic ("No CPUs found.  System halted.\n");
        2.4.3 linux/arch/parisc/kernel/setup.c
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