On Tue, 8 Apr 2008, Chuck Swiger wrote:

On Apr 8, 2008, at 11:42 AM, Chris Maness wrote:
It does seem like something something is corrupt. What can I do to reset everything and restore everything so that thunderbird can read my inbox again. I have contempalted deleting the user, but I'm not sure if that will delete what ever is corrupted.

Try to delete the account in T'bird, quit, and then re-add the account. Also check /var/log/maillog...imapd should be reporting errors if it sees anything wrong...


I tried doing that, but I still have the same errors. Also, squirrelmail will list the e-mail, but when I click on the e-mail, I get the message:

The server couldn't find the message you requested.

Most probably your message list was out of date and the message has been moved away or deleted (perhaps by another program accessing the same mailbox).
Click here to return to INBOX

Also, I see no messages from imapd in the message log. The grep command pulls nothing.

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