KDEPIM 4.6 prob^Wimpressions

Kevin Krammer kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Thu Jun 30 08:24:05 BST 2011

On Wednesday, 2011-06-29, Duncan wrote:

> The interesting thing about the log found in that dir, here, is that it
> lists the account migration, mostly pop3 but with one sysmail maildir
> account, but *NOT* the actual mail migration.  Which matches my
> experience, it auto-migrated the accounts but not the existing mail,
> taking very little time to do so.

Hmm, then only way no mention of local folders migration can happen if the 
path value read from config does not point to a directory.

> But what's weird is that the log contains no hint whatsoever about what
> might have gone wrong with the existing mail migration -- it doesn't
> mention any attempt to migrate that at all.  Which of course explains why
> the migration went so fast, since for whatever reason, it detected and
> migrated the accounts, but not the existing mail.  <shrug>

The local folder migration is usually very fast. It only walks the folder 
structure and adjusts filters and similar settings.
Usually only takes a couple of seconds (depending of course on how many 
folders you have and the current I/O load of the system).

Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer
KDE user support, developer mentoring
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