[Dovecot] Dovecot + iPhone
timr at medent.com
Wed Apr 23 20:27:02 EEST 2008
Where do I check to make sure the /Deleted flag is set on the message in my
Also, Can I configure Dovecot to function like Yahoo's server and expunge on
---------- Original Message -----------
From: Dean Brooks <dean at iglou.com>
To: dovecot at dovecot.org
Sent: Wed, 23 Apr 2008 12:47:10 -0400
Subject: Re: [Dovecot] Dovecot + iPhone
> On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 11:59:29AM -0400, Tim Riley wrote:
> > I want to start out by saying that Dovecot works 100% when
> > mail (on our company mail server that I maintain) via Outlook Express
> > Windows Mail.
> > I'm having issues with moving mail via my iPhone.
> > If I move a message from my Inbox to another folder, the mail gets
> > COPIED...not moved. So it exists in my Inbox as well as the folder I
> > it to.
> > When I test on my iPhone to Yahoo's mail server, the moved process works
> > 100%.
> The iPhone does not expunge messages marked for deletion. If you
> are seeing the message still in your inbox, but with the \Deleted flag
> set, that is completely normal and is a feature/failure of the iPhone.
> It may be that Yahoo's mail servers automatically do an expunge upon
> disconnect even if not requested by the client.
> If you aren't seeing the \Deleted flag on the Inbox copy, then there
> may be some other issue at work, but it all works fine with our
> installation of 1.1rc4.
> Dean Brooks
> dean at iglou.com
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