[Users] Fw: Claws not downloading mail (how do I check and prove the matter?)

Miroslav Rovis m.rovis at inet.hr
Wed Nov 14 21:48:49 CET 2012


The (hopefully, still inexperienced with Claws) forwarded message that
I unsuccessfully tried to post to the list for quite some time (two
days), couldn't be received because on the web interface (I
 couldn't find the downloaded new messages in Claws, thought there
 weren't any) my provider had carelessly renamed my e-mail address to a
 different one (and so I thought I was banned from Claws list)!

I have more to go with Claws.

A lot I managed to solve by now, only need time now to make next query.

I would like to figure out how Claws came to hide the messages like it
did! An error with bogofilter or spamassassin (was activated and
deactivated, is inactive now, bogofilter active)? Something else (see
the uncalled for, and is also non-uninstallable things that intruders
made me have in Thunderbird, which mailbox now is under Claws, in the
video below)? Any ideas?

Iskon 5, why Claws-mail appeared as it did?

Begin forwarded message:

Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 22:43:08 +0100
From: "mirovis" <mirovis at inet.hr>
To: users at lists.claws-mail.org
Subject: Re: [Users] Claws not downloading mail (how do I check and
prove the matter?)

From: <insomniactoo at localnet.com>
To: users at lists.claws-mail.org
Subject: Re: [Users] Claws not downloading mail (how do I check and
prove the matter?) Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 12:03:23 -0600

----- Original Message Follows -----
> On Mon, 12 Nov 2012 17:48:07 +0100
> Miroslav Rovis <m.rovis at inet.hr> wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I don't think (but don't know with certainty), but I don't think
> > that it is a Claws failure.
> > 
> > But how do I check and prove the matter?
> > 
> > How do I prove that it is not Claws's fault?
> > 
>   Check to make sure your Claws isn't working 'offline' in File. I
> just added wireless connection things to my slackware system in
> preparation for getting wireless internet connection in a week but
> until then I'm still on dial-up, but something in there made my Claws
> decide to always be 'offline' when I start it up so that I have to
> pull down the menu in File and untick the work offline thing. It's a
> PITA, but no big deal. Hopefyully it'll clear up when I *do* get the
> wireless connection done.

Incomniac, you already got my reply. But not the group, so I'm sending
this to the group:

Pasting what already sent to Insomniac:

Noo! That would've been great. I'd love to have to shame a little and
say: Yes. it was in offline mode... But the "offline mode" is perfectly
*not* checked...

And I still can not download my mail... (sending this from web, not
going back to completely hacked and ruined Thunderbird)...

And here you got why. Very probable why for all the troubles of mine
with Claws, but not because of Claws, no fault of Claws.

Iskon, are you not ashamed (Iskon is my provider in Croatia)?

(title and talk in Croatian, pls. find explanation in text underneath
the video) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN3CATP0bbY


and also

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