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From: mouss (mlist.onlyfree.fr)
Date: Mon Apr 16 2007 - 07:06:52 CDT
> I am using postfix+procmail+courier IMAP on opensuse.
> In my inbox folder on the mail/imap server, the messages are all in
> the format:
> msg.xxx:s,S etc.. (for example msg.abc:2,RS) the suffix after the
> comma is either absent, "S" or "RS", which i guess would mean unread,
> seen, and seen/replied.
> Sometimes I get new messages that get saved to the folder but go
> undetected by the mail client (tried with outlook/thunderbird).
Try increasing the MAXIP parameter in imapd.
> When I rename the message from for example "msg.abc:2," to
> "mail_test", it appears in my inbox with dates/times etc all correct.
I don't know why this works, but you should not play such games. the
maildir format is documented.
> This happens for around one in 20 mails that I get, and I cant
> pinpoint what the difference might be.
> No sure it's a postfix problem, but if anyone could give a clue it
> would be great.
As far as it was delivered, this is no more a postfix issue.
Follow up on the courier-imap ML.