Re: IMAP: working offline

2012-01-09 Thread Carsten Guthardt-Schulz
 I know about the basic concepts of IMAP, but was hoping for TB to use
 the cache while I am offline and do the deleting of the mails later,
 when connected.

 Is there a setting to make this possible, maybe?

If you don't have a permanent Internet connection you can forget IMAP with v5. 
I  mentioned this on the Beta list a long time ago, nothing changed. I can only 
recommend going back to v4.

It's not just deleting: You can remove flags, but suddenly they reappear. If 
you use a remote outbox you can't even save messages. It's ridiculous.

BRgds,
Carsten



Current version is 4.2.42 | 'Using TBUDL' information:
http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html


IMAP: working offline

2012-01-02 Thread Martin Schuster
Dear List,

The message that appears when deleting the cache of an IMAP folder
(something like if you modified anything while being offline all your
changes will be lost) suggests that working offline with IMAP might
be possible. However I noticed that when I am not connected to my IMAP
server, deleting messages is not possible.

I know about the basic concepts of IMAP, but was hoping for TB to use
the cache while I am offline and do the deleting of the mails later,
when connected.

Is there a setting to make this possible, maybe?

Thanks,
Martin



Current version is 4.2.42 | 'Using TBUDL' information:
http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html