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Re: Evolution Question



On Tue, 2004-10-26 at 13:14 +0100, Jonathan Allen wrote:
> Nifty Hat Mitch said:
> > 
> > One of the things that I suspect you want to do is setup the mail
> > clients to copy messages to the local machine AND keep originals on
> > the servers.  In some user agents there is the notion of a mobile
> > profile for this.
> > ...
> > If it is working correctly your employee can see exactly the same view
> > of mail from multiple machines with multiple agents including web
> > agents (squirrelmail) and outlook.
> 
> No, that's not quite what I'm trying to do.
> 
> /home is NFS shared across the LAN, so that any user can always see all
> the mail held in their own individual Evolution mailboxes no matter which
> workstation they access the system through.  Of course, they will also
> be able to pick up their own new email from the LAN IMAP server.
> 
> The extra piece that I am trying to do is to be able to move new email
> from the IMAP server into the individuals' Evolution Inboxes without
> the users having to log in and run Evolution.
> 
> Jonathan
> 
Why do you not leave the email on the IMAP server?

Are you SURE you have an IMAP server as apposed to a POP server?

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