[kdepim-users] more gmail imap and expiry questions
tanghus at gmail.com
Sun Oct 25 17:16:28 GMT 2009
On 25/10-2009 16:37 Art Alexion <art.alexion at verizon.net> wrote:
> E Hakan Duran's questions reminded me to ask the following.
> I use gmail IMAP as well. Directly, not disconnected. I have expiry set
> for most folders but not all. Unlike Mr. Duran, I want the expired
> messages deleted permanently. I save the ones I don't wish to lose buy
> marking them important (which gmail treats as "starred").
> Yesterday, I notice that messages I thought expiry had blasted into
> non-existence were still appearing in the all mail folder. An experiment
> revealed that this also is what is happening when I "shift delete" a
> message to skip the trash. However if I just "delete" a message and allow
> it to be moved to trash, then empty the trash, its gone.
> Has anyone found a work around for this behavior, or should I just change
> all my expiry settings to "move to trash"?
Said shortly: Yes :-) And it should be moving it to the _GMail_ Trash folder.
> Another question. The "expire all folders" command in the file menu is a
> bit scary. Does it just apply the folder defined expiry settings to
> folders that have expiry settings, or does it somehow delete mail I didn't
> wish to expire? I found a bug on this which basically discussed putting
> more info in the command or confirmation dialog because of this
> uncertainty, but never discussed what should be put in that warning, i.e.,
> it never discussed what actually happens.
Wouldn't know. Never used it.
Best Regards / Med venlig hilsen
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