Urk. So, in an effort to try to create a "clean" install for Evolution to see if that was my problem, I did a stupid thing. I renamed my ~/.evolution directory (not the stupid thing) then I used gconf-editor to try to remove key entries for all my existing accounts, etc. (that was the stupid thing). Note I only used "unset key", I didn't "set as default" or anything _really_ stupid :-).
Then I started evo and really, it didn't help--if anything it was more flaky. I guess I should have expected that. However, I got it back to normal with ONE exception: none of my junk filtering is working anymore. I use bogofilter and I have for years and it's never given me any trouble. The problem is that my incoming mail is not being filtered anymore. After I load my email and none of it is filtered I look at my wordlist.db file, and it has not been updated. However, I can go through and use CTRL-J or the junk icon to mark items as junk, and they get moved to my junk folder and then my wordlist.db file IS updated, so it seems to be working. I've unchecked the bogofilter plugin, then re-checked it to try to re-enable it, but it didn't work. So obviously I unset something using gconf-editor that is not being reset properly... anyone have any ideas on how I can fix this? It's pretty annoying. Looking at the /apps/evolution/mail/junk/bogofilter section of gconf with gconf-editor, I see only one entry here, "unicode" which is selected (boolean true). I expect there should be something else here but how do I force it to be recreated? _______________________________________________ Evolution-hackers mailing list Evolutionemail@example.com http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers