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Alfredo Matas (amatas) wrote on 2010-10-24: #65 The version provided by this ppa: https://launchpad.net/~jacob/+archive/evo230 fix this bug, but this ppa only has a version for lucid. This is compounded by the fact that XFS support probably > > indicates a later version as well. > > > > However, history around this list has taught me to please HELP how the can i few my 2 gb mails? Once I had space enough it worked well. http://gpscheduler.com/cannot-append/cannot-append-message-to-file-usr-local-majordomo-wrapper.html

I was afraid to loose my 2Gb mails... Why was Susan treated so unkindly? renamed inbox (mailbox file) to inbox1 6. The trick is to find the right value for xxx (which is the number of lines from the end of Inbox, that will be copied). http://askubuntu.com/questions/16747/cannot-append-to-mbox-file-error-while-fetching-mail-in-evolution

Evolution 2.24.3 Ubuntu 8.10 2.6.27-11-generic Evo now gives an error message and does not allow the creation of folders larger than 2GB. When I try to fetch new mail (pop3), I receive this error message: "Error while Feching Mail. This might be related to previously created mailboxes > (before >2G support), not newly created ones. Please test & report back.

my inbox is exactly 2gb fgossart (fabrice-gossart) wrote on 2008-03-14: #11 what do you want for me exactly ? I started by guessing a number for xxx (e.g. 4,000,000) Then I looked at the result with "less Resuce". GNOME Bug Tracker #522433 URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. Thanks! _______________________________________________ Evolution-list mailing list Evolution-list gnome org http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-list -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Inbox-too-large-tp3619591p25671534.html Sent from the Gnome Evolution - General mailing list archive at Nabble.com. [Date Prev][Date Next]

Evolution didn't warn me > > or anything. > > In which case you should complain to http://bugzilla.gnome.org (but > check first because this error rings a bell and may already The first part of the fix (SVN commit 8619 upstream) for this was released on 2.22.3, but the second part (SVN commit 8625) -- adding the _FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -- did not make I made a backup (or at least I thought I did), but that didn't work (due to a full filesystem). Is there a way to make evolution with Mail-dir format for Sent, > > I'm not sure if there is any better way of doing this, but I can think >

so im not sure if this is the output you are looking for since evolution works ok after remnaiming the file. (the only thing in this situation, is that i dont This is EXTREMELY inefficient. Rename the Inbox file to another file and automatically a new Inbox file shall be created.# mv Inbox Inbox.old 4. here is the most helpful link i've had in understanding this...

Comment on this change (optional) Email me about changes to this bug report evolution (Ubuntu) Edit Fix Released Medium Ubuntu Desktop Bugs Edit You need to log in to change here Evolution will work but it won't show you your emails from Inbox (because you deleted them). I didn't know this was necessary. Evolution will also create a new (empty) Inbox ...

Since i'm using pop3 and have the setting to leave a copy on the server... this content I couldn't find another solution and even if it's not the best solution, at least it works. Le vendredi 14 mars 2008 à 10:54 +0000, sari a écrit : > On Thu, 2008-03-13 at 12:19 +0000, hggdh wrote: > > @all: since when (version, if possible) have you JohnT (taylorjs) wrote on 2008-12-12: #27 Traceback (most recent call last): Here are the errors I received when I tried to run the archivemail command.

I changed one line in the configure file for the libcamel1.2-whatever package: LARGEFILE_CFLAGS="-D_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE" gets changed to: LARGEFILE_CFLAGS="-D_LARGEFILE64_SOURCE -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64" Then rebuilt the package and installed it on my mom's computer, and it ever since that, evolution was not able to receive new messages from the server - clear. 5. Your archived evolution structure is kept here. weblink I've also checked the forums and found other threads (2) and they have not answered the question either.

Is "she don't" sometimes considered correct form? Are the deleted messages visible if you untick "Hide Deleted Messages"? When I try to > > fetch new mail (pop3), I receive this error message: > > "Error while Feching Mail.

now evolution is able to receive the messages from the server. 7.

C de-Avillez (hggdh2) wrote on 2008-12-11: #26 Please comment on the upstream bug. About Me Kizito Thomas I believe I can do what I want to do, No Matter what and I want people to think like the way I think! What is the underlying filesystem? I'm convinced that it's an evolution issue (2.4, but I tested and have the same problem on 2.6), as I have 2+G files on this computer that are handled fine.

started evolution from the command line as you told me and attached the logfile named evo1.log as well. How old is your kernel? > > LFS came in during the *early* 2.4 kernels. *Nobody* (except a > few m68k retro-geeks, and they mostly use 2.4.2x) uses such old > While you could probably fix this by moving the mbox to a different filesystem, what you really SHOULD do is cut down on how much stuff you have in that mbox. check over here Just go through it: https://bugs.launchpad.net/evolution/+bug/197290 share|improve this answer edited Dec 9 '10 at 13:37 Jorge Castro 24.9k91387590 answered Dec 9 '10 at 13:25 aneeshep 15.8k94770 add a comment| up vote 1

Cannot append message to mbox file: > > /home/markybob/.evolution/mail/local/Inbox: File too large" > > > > ls -lh on the file shows that it is 2.0G in size. Or Expunge. So my mom ran into the issue again recently, but I didn't know how to describe to her over the phone how to find and run that script. Why are password boxes always blanked out when other sensitive data isn't?

what i'm running into is a limit on my inbox... M$ Outlook provides this feature since many versions. Hence, I also just ran into the 2 GB limit. The other problem could be that your system is missing large file support.

What can I do short > of deleting emails? I was visiting today so I took the opportunity this morning while I could reproduce the problem to try to find out a solution. Then I tried to copy all windows .evolution folder on my ubuntu and all is OK now ! The link you provided is for an Evo 2.8 version -- so it is certain that there *was* already support at 2.8 for large files.

Thanks! _______________________________________________ Evolution-list mailing list [hidden email] http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-list Stephen P. But my mom doesn't want to run scripts, and we shouldn't be expecting our users to do ridiculous things like that. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here Log in / Register Ubuntuevolution package Overview Code Bugs Blueprints Translations Answers 2 gb max inbox Bug #197290 You're most likely storing your mbox file on a FAT32 or an older ext2 filesystem.

Clean the INBOX in evolution just to make sure. After Evo has fully started, please *attach* the > resulting 'evo.log' here. > > And we will have a look at it. > Alvaro del Castillo (acs) wrote on 2008-03-04: #5 You can get my public key from any of the pgp.net keyservers. It seems that archivemail creates a copy of the original file and that's why it takes too much space for me.

Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: Evolution Mail : File Size Help Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Thanks for your help in advance bazooka (chris-agweb) wrote on 2008-06-23: #17 evo.log Edit (4.4 KiB, text/plain) I am having same problem. Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] On Thu, 2009-03-12 at 17:22 -0430, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote: > On Thu, 2009-03-12 at 12:58 -0600, For historical purposes, you could still read the original patch in the GNOME bug report, linked to at the top of this page.