[kdepim-users] Index file mystery

Anne Wilson cannewilson at googlemail.com
Mon Feb 23 19:08:07 GMT 2009

On Monday 23 February 2009 18:36:37 Art Alexion wrote:
> On Monday 23 February 2009 04:38:22 am Anne Wilson wrote:
> >   One folder, my CentOS folder, is no longer indexed correctly.  It
> > started yesterday, when it kept telling me that I had 9 unread messages.
> >  Clicking on the folder then showed no unread messages.  Later two more
> > messages came in, and it showed 11 unread messages.  Even though I read
> > those messages, every time the server is checked the (11) comes back.
> >
> > Via ssh, I renamed the CentOS index files, then started up kmail.  A new
> > index file was formed, but there also (on the server still) (11) showed,
> > but blanked when I clicked on the folder.
> >
> > Any ideas
> My diagnosis is that you are using Evolution...
> Just kidding.  This is a chronic problem with Evolution which I use for my
> work (MS Exchange hosted) mail.
It's something I've never seen before.  Although the messages had been marked 
as read both on this laptop and the netbook, when I went to the server I found 
that they were showing as New.  I marked them read there, and now all is well 
again.  Most odd, though.

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