[sylpheed:30976] Re: "error occured while processing messages"(2)
mircea.andrei at wanadoo.fr
Mon Feb 19 18:49:32 JST 2007
On Sun, 18 Feb 2007 23:18:30 +0000
Andrei Mircea <mircea.andrei at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> On Sun, 18 Feb 2007 12:16:45 +0100
> Pavlos Parissis <p_pavlos at freemail.gr> wrote:
> > On Sun, 18 Feb 2007 10:59:02 +0000
> > Andrei Mircea <mircea.andrei at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> > > Hello,
> > > I just realized that I have a problem when trying to move messages from the
> > > input folder to another folder. I get an error window with the text
> > > reproduced in the subject of the present message.
> > I cannot reproduce the problem in Debian Sarge with Sylpheed 2.4.0beta4.
> > What do you see on the log?
> > Try to start sylpheed in debug mode and check the permission on the directories.
> > >In Windows this does not
> > > happen. I tried both with the recent Sylpheed version 2.4.0beta3 and with an
> > > older one (2.2.9), the same error arises. Where should I look for a
> > > solution ? thank you in advance. Andrei
> I understood what happens. The error arises when the destination folder is a sub-folder in another folder in Mail. I have a folder called "software" and in it there are many sub-folders corresponding to various software companies or authors. The Mail folder is situated in a fat32 partition (I access it either from Linux or from Windows). The error occurs when I try to move a message in one of these sub-folders; it does not occur when I move in one of the folders directly under Mail. The error is accompanied by a message on the console from which I launch XWindows. For instance, for a sub-folder called "boxer", the message is:
> /mnt/hdc5/Mail/soft\boxer: chdir: No such file or directory
> therefore the problem is due to the anti-slash character appearing there instead of a slash one. And indeed, in folderlist.xml, the paths to these sub-folders are written with anti-slash, e.g.
> ...name="boxer" path="soft\boxer"...
I converted all those anti-slashes in slashes, then tested how it works in this situation. It works well both when Sylpheed is accessing the Mail folder from Linux and from Windows
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