On 03/16/2018 12:53 PM, William Mattison wrote:
That worked. Thank-you Samuel. The log is here:
I'll add that this bug is partially random. I only see the problem (and other
problems) on messages with attachments. But the problem does not always show up on
messages with attachments. To me, it seems random in that respect. All digests from the
Fedora users list have html attachments. I've had the problem most severely with
messages that have attached pictures (such as JPEG attachments). In many such cases, I
get numerous occurrences of the "[NOTAVAILABLE] UID FETCH Server error", and
the attachments arrive corrupted. The problem also seems more likely to occur with older
It looks like a problem with their server. Thunderbird asks for summary
information about the email and gets it. But when it tries to get the
content, the server says it doesn't exist! Not much that Thunderbird
can do about that.
To answer the question
> You're using IMAP, so why would you use this setting? Are you saying
> that you're using shared accounts and workstations?
No. One home workstation, two operating systems, and 6 logins. But they're all
mine. I don't keep things on my workstation because there are thousands of messages,
and I estimate they would take gigabytes of storage.
That's certainly possible, but at least you would be able to read them.