Jul 13 2020
Jul 5 2019
This depends on Cyrus configuration. The way how Kolab uses Cyrus IMAP does not allow for subfolders under INBOX.
Mar 22 2019
Correcting the priority from 60/40 to Normal
Jun 7 2018
Nov 17 2017
Jun 30 2017
I can confirm that. In my test it does not find messages even if they use UTF-8/8bit encoding, i.e. no decoding is required. Maybe squatter handles that better, I don't know.
Jun 23 2017
Mar 7 2017
Dec 21 2016
Transferred to https://bifrost.kolabsystems.com/T9049 on Oct 27 2016.
Dec 16 2016
The upstream issue has been fixed.
Nov 8 2016
got new Version here
Nov 3 2016
Of course the correct version including the fix is: cyrus-imap.2.5.10
Oct 27 2016
This ticket is superseded by the new Bifrost#T9079 ticket.
Oct 18 2016
Oct 17 2016
Oct 14 2016
would you like to change the status of this to some other Status than open? As far as I see now a kolab package for 2.5.9 exists right now.
Sep 22 2016
I agree, looks like a cyrus ACL problem.
The first MOVE "<f78gclud>" results in a "COPYUID" but needs to be rejected as the second one "<04c9c116>" is/was.
Sep 19 2016
Sep 5 2016
Aug 22 2016
"the implementation" here is cyrus.
Since I'm not sure if roundcubemail does that already cyrus may not be the source of the umlauts problem.
Aug 11 2016
Aug 2 2016
Aug 1 2016
Jul 22 2016
I think that's something related to Jeroen...
Jul 20 2016
Jul 13 2016
This is an upstream Cyrus IMAP problem more so than a Kolab problem.
Jul 1 2016
Jun 1 2016
Apr 24 2016
Apr 19 2016
Are we likely to see SPECIAL-USE (RFC 6154) working and enabled on Kolab Now, as it is currently not enabled. This would definitely make email client setup easier and there would be no effort required for the non-technically inclined user. I reckon this would add some value to Kolab Now.
Mar 22 2016
Back-ported https://git.cyrus.foundation/rI67bac5df9c1f667d1632b4f7bb57fb00873975aa from master.
Mar 21 2016
I still can't get guam work with Cyrus Murder, although it is not clear if that depends on if guam is talking to Murder or standalone server. Guam configuration is:
So it looks like the '*' wildcard doesn't work in a mixed version murder environment (backend 2.5.6 and frontend 2.5.7) doesn't work. When all cyrus-imapd instances are of the same version - no more segfaults.
Mar 11 2016
I can't confirm the issue with guam still displaying groupware folders from Cyrus Murder is fixed.
I have murder cluster running with cyrus-imapd-2.5.6-8.1. Frontends and Backends have commented suppress_capabilities: METADATA config option.
I have added yet another frontend cyrus-imapd-2.5.7-8.1 to the cluster (from Winterfel repositories). Guam service is running on port 9143 on this new machine as well.