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SELECT Sent at a cached connection and some imap commads are executed, then IDLE is issued. If I am composing a message, > and do not send it right away, TB asks me if I want to save it to the drafts > folder, for no reason Saving the message to the sent IMAP folder hangs > > forever. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here Home Help Search Calendar Login Register Welcome, Guest. weblink

These are the errors I am getting; http://squirrelmail.org/wiki/DisableTrashcan > > > > ERROR: > > > ERROR : Could not complete request. > Query: EXPUNGE > Reason Given: EXPUNGE failed: Unable The problem is very hard to reproduce consistently, but seems to be related to an IMAP timeout or temporary network congestion on DSL accounts. Comment 69 gorlen 2015-03-02 18:33:56 PST (In reply to Uniline IT Support from comment #68) > (In reply to WADA from comment #67) > > (In reply to Uniline IT Support Chris, and other sufferers of this nasty bug, part of the problem is a lack of UI feedback - sometimes TB is busy doing various things in the background that block

Copy to Sent folder is still slow, but so far hasn't failed. maykel535, Aug 27, 2009 #5 Mark_NL New Member Well, if it's purely a mailserver .. I checked we are having tmp, cur, new direcory inside .Sent folder. What do you mean by "the prompt for this" in comment #0?

Get IMAP log with timestamp and check IMAP level flow. NAML mick.crane Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: No mails in 'Sent' In reply to this post Is following a workaround in your case? vBulletin ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

If possible, get Tb side NSPR log check log content by yourself, please. This bug is for following : Mail send by SMTP is absolutely successful. "Save sent mail copy to IMAP Sent folder" soemhow fails, for any sent mail, or some mails only Comment 5 Dan Halbert 2010-02-25 05:37:14 PST WADA, you are correct. https://www.webhosting.uk.com/forums/forum/web-hosting-and-domains/faq-s-tutorials/6637-e-mail-issue-with-squirrelmail-error-could-not-append-message-to-inbox-sent This is "if retried many times, sent mail copy is saved in Sent successfully".

Comment 49 Uniline IT Support 2014-04-25 05:35:53 PDT Created attachment 8412563 [details] KAV Addon Addon for KAV Antivirus. We are using squirrelmail 1.4. More in general, this bug is rather annoying and I think it's bad that a good product like TB has it open for 6 years. Are there messages in any of those directories?

What can i do to make sent messages appear in "Sent" folder of Squirrelmail interface ? -- View this message in context: http://old.nabblecom/No-mails-in-%22Sent%22-tp33530376p33530376.html Sent from the squirrelmail-users mailing list archive at https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1223905 see Bug 476263 - Error about copying to sent folder when I wasn't sending the message - which perhaps is fixed in 3.1.8 Comment 22 stefan.schweizer 2013-01-14 22:27:36 PST Any news When I change to the new ISP's mail address directly it seems to work better. Yet after I clicked Retry it appeared to work immediately, and Sent folder correctly updated.

If connection for Sent is stolen by other Mbox, "Select Sent, append" is requested upon start of sent mail copy. have a peek at these guys I can't even find a sent folder in my home dir. Then clicking retry ā€˛works like a charmā€¯... Now, your sent messages appear under Local Folders in SENT.

Comment 86 Simon Collings 2016-03-12 13:42:18 PST Hi, I was having this issue with my IMAP account. This is a multipart message in MIME format. --=_alternative 007C5BE2CA2572C2_= Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Hi Paul, You are a legend, THANK YOU so much. I will try reducing the # of cached connections to 2 (I think I already tried this and it had no effect)... check over here Stay logged in Sign up now!

Create the other folders and problem will be solved. If Sent is selected > at a cached connection, following may be observed. > SELECT Sent at a cached connection and some imap commads are executed, > then IDLE is issued. Because Sent folder is already selected at a cached connection, the cached connection is used. 5.

Comment 44 Uniline IT Support 2014-04-17 07:40:03 PDT Hello, We have at least 150 users also.

There should be a new feature implemented then: > -If connection to a IMAP server is lost then SAVE THE SENT MESSAGE locally. Read more to find out. What action do you mean by "do not send it right away"? I'm playing around with my settings now to see if I can fix it.

And it happens less often as of late.Only on mail with attachments. Follow these steps to resolve the problem: In Thunderbird pull down Tools and go into Accounts Settings.... what should the permissions/owners be? this content Flush iptables (**Use Carefully_it will remove all the rules from iptables**)\n 7.

I left it for an entire day and it didn't change, just the progress > > bar going and going. > > Chris do you still see this? Try to access Sent folder -> Because of "sent mail copy", request = > "append" of sent mail copy. > 6. The problem seems to be worse with Windows 7. https://kb.wisc.edu/wiscmail/page.php?id=3679 And here's the text of their article: The following issues are a known bugs with Thunderbird: When sending mail with Thunderbird the program may hang on the step "Copying Mail

Thus helps in situations if IMAP is unavailable / connection down etc. Please let me know what else info is > required. Comment 71 gorlen 2015-03-03 10:49:08 PST (In reply to WADA from comment #70) > (In reply to gorlen from comment #69) > > Changing mail.server.server#.timeout = 29 => 5 *did not* You can get a better idea of what is going on, and when it might complete, if you display the window at (Windows version) Menu-Tools-Activity Manager.

Use Local Folders, then find the new "SENT" folder you > created. Do you enable auto-save? You may then get the error message, "Error copying mail to Sent folder" with a prompt to retry.