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2019 Jan 02
2
BUG: cannot move messages to root mailfolder in namespace "There can be only one namespace with inbox=yes"
...older eg. by Thunderbird. So it would be nice to 'group' this, so Thunderbird is not accidentally storing this on the default storage. If the aliases plugin was working properly, I could have done this maybe via aliases https://www.mail-archive.com/dovecot at dovecot.org/msg75587.html
2019 Jan 09
2
BUG: cannot move messages to root mailfolder in namespace "There can be only one namespace with inbox=yes"
...nice to 'group' this, so Thunderbird is > not? > accidentally storing this on the default storage. > > If the aliases plugin was working properly, I could have done this > maybe? > > via aliases > https://www.mail-archive.com/dovecot at dovecot.org/msg75587.html > > -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: <https://dovecot.org/pipermail/dovecot/attachments/20190109/612e9c1e/attachment-0001.html>
2019 Jan 04
0
BUG: cannot move messages to root mailfolder in namespace "There can be only one namespace with inbox=yes"
...lder eg. by Thunderbird. So it would be nice to 'group' this, so Thunderbird is not accidentally storing this on the default storage. If the aliases plugin was working properly, I could have done this maybe via aliases https://www.mail-archive.com/dovecot at dovecot.org/msg75587.html
2019 Jan 09
0
BUG: cannot move messages to root mailfolder in namespace "There can be only one namespace with inbox=yes"
.... by Thunderbird. So it would be nice to 'group' this, so Thunderbird is not accidentally storing this on the default storage. If the aliases plugin was working properly, I could have done this maybe via aliases https://www.mail-archive.com/dovecot at dovecot.org/msg75587.html
2018 Dec 31
2
BUG: cannot move messages to root mailfolder in namespace "There can be only one namespace with inbox=yes"
> >> >> I can only move messages to a root namespace folder when specifying >> inbox=yes. That is strange because it is not even the inbox. I don't >> even get why it is not by default possible, maybe bug there? >> > >This makes no sense. inbox=yes namespace means the namespace which has >'INBOX' folder as per RFC. With this