On Wed, 2005-03-02 at 00:36 +0000, David Woodhouse wrote:
... and the fact that it breaks NNTP in the same way as Evo 2.1.5
does. (BZ #147779).
Since I have to build my own evo-data-server RPMS anyway to stop it
checking for mail in inactive folders and to stop it from polluting my
IMAP server's namespace with the unwanted "Trash" and "Junk"
I've just included this hack in my build too. Ideally I suppose we'd add
a 'None' authentication method instead of having 'Password' as the only
--- evolution-data-server-1.1.6/camel/providers/nntp/camel-nntp-store.c.orig 2005-03-03
+++ evolution-data-server-1.1.6/camel/providers/nntp/camel-nntp-store.c 2005-03-03
@@ -253,7 +253,7 @@ connect_to_server (CamelService *service
/* if we have username, try it here */
- if (service->url->user != NULL
+ if (service->url->user != NULL && service->url->user != 0
&& camel_nntp_try_authenticate(store, ex) != NNTP_AUTH_ACCEPTED)