kde digest, Vol 1 #484 - 11 msgs

Ian Timshel itschaotic at yahoo.ca
Sun Jul 28 08:22:36 BST 2002

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Bud.. your suggestion of removing the "/Mail/inbox.index" I think has done 
the trick.. thanks..

>    5. kmail turning messages into "no subject" and no content either! (Ian
> Timshel) 6. Re: kmail turning messages into "no subject" and no content
> either! (Bud Rogers) 7.  
> Message: 5
> From: Ian Timshel <itschaotic at yahoo.ca>
> To: KDE <kde at mail.kde.org>=?utf-8?q?		?=
> Date: Sat, 27 Jul 2002 01:21:48 -0500
> Subject: [kde] kmail turning messages into "no subject" and no content
> either! Reply-To: kde at mail.kde.org
> Help!  This happened to me before a while back and I never did figure out
> how it resolved itself.
> 	I'm running RH 7.2 and KMail 1.3.2 using KDE 2.2.2-2  Once the messages
> are received into my "inbox" as soon as I highlight them to read them in
> the preview pain! they are marked "no subject" and the content disappears.
> I have saved a few of these in hopes of getting the information back later
> but I can't see that happening.. ;^(
> 	Something broke.  I've booted in single mode and e2fsck'd all the
> partitions... I've tried putting the settings back and forward trying to
> find some other place kmail could be happy.... I got rid of all my
> filters... I checked with another mailer that the messages were coming
> through ok...
> 	I changed where the messages are dumped to a different folder than the
> inbox and this seems to be running ok..
> 	Any ideas sure would be appreciated..
> 		Cheers!  Ian.

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