On 04/05/2018 12:12 PM, home user via users wrote:
I went the grep route. As best as I can determine, all personal
e-mail addresses have been replaced with "[e-mail address]", all passwords have
been replaced with "[password]", and my ip addresses are not in the file. I
I forgot that the regexp would also pick up quoted lines. :-)
As I recall, we're trying to compare Thunderbird and Evolution
regarding two problems:
* many Fedora users list digests appear to have empty bodies when displayed in
Thunderbird. This seems to occur randomly.
* messages are very slow to download in Thunderbird.
I hope this log confirms posters' suspicions as to the causes, and provides further
clues about what's happening.
Yes, as I suspected, Evolution just grabs the whole message instead of
asking the server about the different parts. I think that means that
Thunderbird would be able to show the message without downloading any
large attachments, but Evolution will not show the message until the
whole thing is downloaded. Anyway, the Yahoo IMAP implementation
apparently doesn't like what Thunderbird is asking for and chokes.
You could try to contact Yahoo about it, but I don't have a lot of hope
that they would care.
You could file a request with Thunderbird to provide an option to just
download the whole thing instead of trying to be smart about it.