On Tue, 04 Apr 2006 08:53:19 -0400, Dimi Paun <dimi(a)lattica.com> escreveu:
On Tue, 2006-04-04 at 13:44 +0100, David Woodhouse wrote:
> Evolution is fairly much broken in FC5
I'm curious why you are saying that. It's true, printing doesn't
work for me  (which is a rather important function I might add),
but other than that it's been OK here, both POP and IMAP.
Quoting David's blog:
Bug #336076 (RH #183219): Evolution no longer uses STATUS to check for
new mail -- instead it SELECTs every single folder in the system, downloads all headers
and flags for every mail.
Add then bug #336074 (RH #167805) to the previous one and you get a pretty bad situation
where you check all your old folders even when you dont want them and you do it using the
slowest method possible (the above bug).
Those two can be a bit problematic if you have an IMAP server that is outside of your
network and your link is a bit overloaded or you have a lot of e-mail stored on the
However, moving evolution to extras may not be a good idea IMHO, since evolution is the
only tool (that I know of) that supports Exchange servers. That is certainly an important
feature for many people in corporate environments (or people who use FC at home and need
evolution to use the work e-mail).
I'm not a big fan of evolution (specially because of the way it eats away the memory),
but in my case, I have to use it because of that evil exchange server...