I am testing SM 1.5.1 and have noticed that the Seen Flag works from Gmail
--> SM but not the other way around. Do you know of a fix for this?
Paul Lesniewski wrote:
>>> If we add Gmail, we need at least one Gmail-specific fix in the
>>> code, wherein when FETCHing a message body, their IMAP server does not
>>> set the Seen flag. The fix is simple.
>> I have seen this fix in the 1.5 branch already, and it can easily be
>> to earlier versions...
> It's in 1.4 as well.
>> One of the reasons I really like Squirrelmail is the way it deals with
>> containg [message/rfc822] attachments, such as mailman digests in mime
>> format. Squirrel makes it really easy to open and answer single attached
>> But just this feature does not work when Squirrel connects to gmail...
>> parts of the mail are shown when opening the "main" message - the first
>> attached messages are still there but the last two messages appear to be
>> empty (although the contents is shown when opening the "details").
> I don't entirely understand your explanation. Maybe a screenshot
> would help. Also, if you can forward the full message source, we can
> use that to try to test and see what's happening. Keep in mind that
> this may be another example of Google having a slightly non-standard
> IMAP implementation and if the fix is complicated, we may not be
> willing to implement it....
> Thanks for testing and feedback!
> Paul Lesniewski
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