>>>>> "CC" == Gian Uberto Lauri <sa...@eng.it> writes:

>>>>> "JS" == John Stoffel <j...@stoffel.org> writes:
JS> Well... looking more closely, I see them in the DAVmail logs,
JS> where it returns the lines like this:

JS> RFC822.SIZE 24025 FLAGS (\Seen))
   
JS> Which should be ok, but it's not clear how it's formatted.  I
JS> looked at this page, and it would be great if you could run the
JS> commands by hand to get a better log.

CC> O.K. let's see if I did it right...

CC> VM FETCH 1:8 (UID RFC822.SIZE FLAGS) 
CC> * 1 FETCH (UID 12738 RFC822.SIZE 22679 FLAGS (\Seen))
CC> * 2 FETCH (UID 12739 RFC822.SIZE 22886 FLAGS (\Seen))
CC> * 3 FETCH (UID 12741 RFC822.SIZE 24025 FLAGS (\Seen))
CC> * 4 FETCH (UID 12767 RFC822.SIZE 700610 FLAGS (\Recent))
CC> * 5 FETCH (UID 12768 RFC822.SIZE 276407 FLAGS (\Recent))
CC> * 6 FETCH (UID 12769 RFC822.SIZE 272314 FLAGS (\Recent))
CC> * 7 FETCH (UID 12770 RFC822.SIZE 276559 FLAGS (\Recent))
CC> * 8 FETCH (UID 12771 RFC822.SIZE 33952 FLAGS (\Seen))
CC> VM OK FETCH completed
CC> VM FETCH 1:1 (RFC822.SIZE)
CC> * 1 FETCH (UID 12738 RFC822.SIZE 22679)
CC> VM OK FETCH completed
CC> * BYE Closing connection

CC> As far as I understood from the page you suggested, there is an extra
CC> UID number part.

CC> D you suggest to bash davmail code?

This all looks good, and just like what I get from my dovecot server.
When you look in the emacs buffer for the imap log, do you see ^M on
the end of the lines, like I do?

Maybe you should back out that patch you applied and see if that makes
things work again.

John

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