[Dovecot] One user having reproducible IMAP issues
boster at tilthouse.org
Fri Mar 16 21:06:34 EET 2007
Does anyone have a quick recipe for how to do the filtering?
We are on CentOS 4 using a near default setup...
Thanks for the help!
On Mar 16, 2007, at 5:26 AM, Timo Sirainen wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-03-14 at 13:26 -0700, Alex Boster wrote:
> X-IMAPbase: 1173814340 4280058374 $NotJunk JunkRecorded
> X-UID: 4280058361
> This is your problem. Your UID has gotten higher than 2^31 which
> confuses many clients, even though it's still valid from IMAP
> point of view.
> As for why it has gotten this high.. Well, recent Dovecot RCs could
> break them sometimes, but at least with 1.0.rc27 everything should be
> If you remove the X-IMAPbase, X-IMAP and X-UID headers and delete
> Dovecot's index files the messages will be given new UIDs beginning
> If this just keeps happening, then I think it's because the incoming
> mails contains invalid X-UID headers. Normally those shouldn't break
> anything as long as you haven't deleted Dovecot's index files or the
> mbox file isn't empty. If they do and you can figure out how to
> reproduce it, please let me know.
> Anyway, the problems would most likely go away if you just filter out
> all the X-UID headers from incoming mails. See the bottom of
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