[Dovecot] Creating 'trash' folder
robert at schetterer.org
Thu Sep 23 22:10:02 EEST 2010
Am 23.09.2010 18:52, schrieb Jerry:
> On Thu, 23 Sep 2010 18:30:50 +0200
> Robert Schetterer<robert at schetterer.org> articulated:
>> Am 23.09.2010 18:11, schrieb Jerry:
>>> This might well be OT; however, I thought I would ask anyway.
>>> Please keep in mind that the IMAP server is Dovecot.
>>> I have a friend who uses Becky Internet Mail
>> whatever this is
> Is a Window's based MUA. If you don't know what it is, how can you
> pretend to answer any of the rest of this inquiry?
because its not very related which client you use , if there is an
option to create a imap folder and it dont works
you need logs to debug, either from the client and/or the server
if you dont have the chance to get some , perhaps wrote mail to the
coder of the client and/or the support of your dovecot mail hoster
>>> <http://www.rimarts.co.jp/becky.htm> on a Windows system. There us
>>> an options under the configuration menu in Becky to create the trash
>>> folder on the server. It suggest ".trash" for the name. He is aware
>>> that I use Dovecot and wanted to know if that would actually work.
>>> He claims to have activated that option in Becky; however, the trash
>>> folder was never actually created, or at least he was unable to
>>> locate it.
>>> I was just wondering if anyone had any experience with this sort of
>>> thing. I could gather more information, but I doubt that this really
>>> has anything to do with Dovecot anyway.
>> creating folders is mostly done by the client
>> ( what are your logs look like ? )
> I don't have logs. As stated, it is not my machine or account. I simply
> had a friend who asked if I happened to know. Apparently his ISP or
> company, I never bothered to ask which, uses Dovecot.
>> but you can also use autocreate plugin
> No, I can't.
yes i see
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