[Evolution-hackers] servers/exchange/storage cross-dependency.

2009-08-05 Thread Pat Suwalski

Hello,

I was just building the dbus-hybrid branch of evolution-data-server. 
With LDAP enabled, the build breaks when building the exchange components.


It appears that with the exchange storage/ and lib/ code including the 
functions of e-passwords.h introduces a bit of a cross-dependency 
between servers/ and libedataserverui/, which I didn't find possible to 
resolve with any SUBDIRS ordering.


This is, possibly, a known issue. Building without LDAP avoids the 
problem altogether.


--Pat
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[Evolution-hackers] IMAP4 Camel Provider.

2009-03-24 Thread Pat Suwalski

Hello,

I was wondering if anyone knew of any plans or quick fixes to get e-d-s' 
IMAP4 provider building again (--enable-imap4=yes). With the 2.24.5 
release it breaks with the following:


camel-imap4-utils.c: In function ‘uidset_add’:
camel-imap4-utils.c:309: error: ‘CamelFolderSummary’ has no member named 
‘messages’


The same is true in current trunk.

Investigating the changes that cause this reveals a whole snowball of 
madagascar changes.


The plan was to bring the evolution-scalix plug-in, which is based on 
the imap4 code, up to date. However, looking at the changes made to the 
plain old imap code (revision 9125), I'm in over my head. I just don't 
have a grasp on what all of these functions do, let alone the changes to 
them.


Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,
--Pat
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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Viewer for file-stored E-Mails

2008-12-19 Thread Pat Suwalski

Hi Michael,

Michael Städler wrote:

I usually store important E-Mails one-by-one in files, thus I can backup
these information easily. I am in the process of switching from
Windows/Outlook to Linux/Evolution. In Evolution the only Save as
format is normal Unix mbox. But in Linux I cannot view these files
just by selecting them in a file explorer. Am I missing something? I
just can't find a tool which just lets me view an mbox file. Of course I
can re-import the file in Evolution. But this isn't my intention. Any
help for me?


As you probably know, the mbox format is flat text. For casual reading 
and searching you can use pretty much any text editor. However, I know 
that's not what you're asking for.


I don't know of any desktop program that views mbox files, but mutt on 
the command line will do it with the -f switch.


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[Evolution-hackers] 2.22.3 Breaks evolution-scalix?

2008-08-14 Thread Pat Suwalski

Hello,

I have more or less taken over maintenance of the evolution-scalix 
connector. I am, admittedly, not very familiar with Evo.


I am requesting help as the update to Evolution 2.22.3 breaks 
Ubuntu/8.04, Debian Sid, and Fedora/9 in different and interesting ways. 
Everything worked very nicely with the earlier 2.22 versions in the 
distributions mentioned.


Ubuntu and Debian:
After the upgrade, Evo basically sits there indefinitely trying to 
synchronize eMail. I get Fetching envelopes, then it sits at 
Generating message list and Refreshing folder for ever. If I start 
in offline mode, or press the button to go offline during Fetching 
envelopes, everything seems to behave properly once I go online. I 
noticed some commits not long ago to the exchange plugin regarding 
offline/online mode. Any suggestions?


Fedora:
Doesn't seem to have the above problem. But the calendar appears to stay 
read-only. That is, no new appointments can be added to the remote 
calendar. The calendar communication is actually handled by 
evolution-scalix, so perhaps this is internal to the plugin. I haven't 
gotten very far in debugging this, but if anyone is aware of any changes 
that might have triggered this kind of behaviour, I'd love to hear of them.


Perhaps someone more familiar with the changes can comment and offer 
some direction to solutions. I am not quite sure how to begin debugging 
either of these.


Thanks,
--Pat
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