Hi Philip,

On Tue, 2008-12-09 at 19:59 +0100, Philip Van Hoof wrote:
> > http://live.gnome.org/Evolution/Metadata
> For early visitors of that page, refresh because I have added/changed
> quite a lot of it already.

        Looks really good.

        The only thing that I don't quite understand (the perennial problem
with asynchronous interfaces), is the memory issue: it seems we need to
store all Unset information on deleted mails somewhere [ unless you are
a womble like me that keeps ~all mail forever ;-].

        What does the lifecycle for the data in that Unset store look like ?
[ I assume that as/when you re-connect to the service you're as much
likely to get an UnsetMany as a SetMany ]. What if that data starts to
grow larger than the remaining data it describes ? ;-) [ depending on
how we do Junk mail filtering of course that might be quite a common
occurrence for some ].



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