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Peter Lesterhuis 05-15-2008 04:38 PM

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Hi,
Upgrading to fedora 9 Thunderbird failed to update.
When I do "yum update" I get this error message:
Error unpacking rpm package thunderbird-2.0.0.14-1.fc9.i386
error: unpacking of archive failed on file
/usr/lib/thunderbird-2.0.0.14/dictionaries: cpio: rename


Does anyone have a suggestion?
Peter

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"Antonio M" 05-15-2008 05:22 PM

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2008/5/15 Peter Lesterhuis <peterlesterhuis@tiscali.nl>:
> Hi,
> Upgrading to fedora 9 Thunderbird failed to update.
> When I do "yum update" I get this error message:
> Error unpacking rpm package thunderbird-2.0.0.14-1.fc9.i386
> error: unpacking of archive failed on file
> /usr/lib/thunderbird-2.0.0.14/dictionaries: cpio: rename
>
> Does anyone have a suggestion?
> Peter
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yes..have a look to:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=446351

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"Daniel B. Thurman" 06-03-2008 05:21 PM

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Couple of problems:

1) Deleting any item(s) from the folders do not actually remove
items from the folders. It just does not appear in Thurnderbird
and subsequently moved into "Trash". But using a different
IMAP client on another system still shows the item but read.
Is there a configuration I can set to force a real deletion?

2) I am not able to retrieve the address book from the IMAP
server - what do I need to do to make this work?

Thanks!
Dan

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"andrey i. mavlyanov" 06-03-2008 05:28 PM

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Daniel B. Thurman пишет:


Couple of problems:

1) Deleting any item(s) from the folders do not actually remove
items from the folders. It just does not appear in Thurnderbird
and subsequently moved into "Trash". But using a different
IMAP client on another system still shows the item but read.
Is there a configuration I can set to force a real deletion?



Use File -> Purge folders from time to time (or after using TB).

You can also check "Purge "INBOX" folder on exit" option in the server
settings of the imap account.



2) I am not able to retrieve the address book from the IMAP
server - what do I need to do to make this work?


imap server does not handle the address book functionality. It is LDAP
server who do this thing. Check out you ldap settings.



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Craig White 06-03-2008 05:32 PM

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On Tue, 2008-06-03 at 10:21 -0700, Daniel B. Thurman wrote:
> Couple of problems:
>
> 1) Deleting any item(s) from the folders do not actually remove
> items from the folders. It just does not appear in Thurnderbird
> and subsequently moved into "Trash". But using a different
> IMAP client on another system still shows the item but read.
> Is there a configuration I can set to force a real deletion?
----
This is normal IMAP behavior. IMAP sets 'flags' and when you delete an
e-mail, it's flagged as deleted. You can choose to 'compact' a folder
(file menu), right click on any folder and chose 'compact' or in Account
Settings, you can choose to 'expunge' on exit. Expunge is the normal
lingo for deleting messages that have 'delete flag set on'
----
>
> 2) I am not able to retrieve the address book from the IMAP
> server - what do I need to do to make this work?
----
IMAP servers don't generally have anything to do with Address Books.
Perhaps you need to tell us what kind of server you are dealing with.
Perhaps it is an LDAP Address Book that you need to add.

Craig

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John Thompson 06-03-2008 09:34 PM

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On 2008-06-03, Daniel B. Thurman <dant@cdkkt.com> wrote:

> Couple of problems:
>
> 1) Deleting any item(s) from the folders do not actually remove
> items from the folders. It just does not appear in Thurnderbird
> and subsequently moved into "Trash". But using a different
> IMAP client on another system still shows the item but read.
> Is there a configuration I can set to force a real deletion?

You need to "compact" the mailbox.

> 2) I am not able to retrieve the address book from the IMAP
> server - what do I need to do to make this work?

I think you need an LDAP server to hold your Address Book remotely.

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g 06-06-2008 01:09 AM

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Craig White wrote:
> (file menu), right click on any folder and chose 'compact' or in Account
> Settings, you can choose to 'expunge' on exit. Expunge is the normal
> lingo for deleting messages that have 'delete flag set on'

'expunge' is 'lingo' used in evolution.

in thunderbird, under users account;

server settings | server settings [] empty on exit

will clean 'trash' file.



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"Patrick O'Callaghan" 06-06-2008 03:09 AM

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On Fri, 2008-06-06 at 01:09 +0000, g wrote:
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>
> Craig White wrote:
> > (file menu), right click on any folder and chose 'compact' or in Account
> > Settings, you can choose to 'expunge' on exit. Expunge is the normal
> > lingo for deleting messages that have 'delete flag set on'
>
> 'expunge' is 'lingo' used in evolution.
>
> in thunderbird, under users account;
>
> server settings | server settings [] empty on exit
>
> will clean 'trash' file.

As will File->Empty Trash.

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g 06-06-2008 03:36 AM

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Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:

As will File->Empty Trash.


and <alt+f>,<y>.

<alt+f>,<f> to compact.


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Craig White 06-06-2008 06:31 AM

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On Fri, 2008-06-06 at 01:09 +0000, g wrote:
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> Hash: SHA1
>
> Craig White wrote:
> > (file menu), right click on any folder and chose 'compact' or in Account
> > Settings, you can choose to 'expunge' on exit. Expunge is the normal
> > lingo for deleting messages that have 'delete flag set on'
>
> 'expunge' is 'lingo' used in evolution.
>
> in thunderbird, under users account;
>
> server settings | server settings [] empty on exit
>
> will clean 'trash' file.
----
EXPUNGE is IMAP lingo...

http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2060.html

Thunderbird chooses not to call it by it's real terminology - perhaps
out of some notion that it is more user friendly to call it by another
name...I think that it is a mistake but hey, I'm only one opinion.

Craig

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