New(?) Sorting Problem
phil at cryer.us
Tue Aug 1 18:48:22 CEST 2006
On Tue, 01 Aug 2006 12:34:04 -0400, Jim Pingle <lists at pingle.org> wrote:
> I updated from SVN version 285 to 288, and in doing so I now have problems
> with the message sort order on BincIMAP. It's working fine on my Courier
I'm having this too, showed up in yesterday's checkout (not sure about Sunday) -=- NOTE: I run Dovecot for IMAP:
> What happens is that the messages in the inbox are in random order, even
> though the "date" column header is highlighted.
I don't have this, they stay in time/date order, regardless of if I have 'pretty dates' on or off, but the newest one is always on the bottom of the list
>If it refreshes to check new
> mail and finds something, it does go at the top. However, once you reload
> the page the messages return to their previous order. The order doesn't
> correspond to any discernible pattern.
I get this exact behavior.
I know there were some patches to fix sorting (although I never had any sorting issues until these patches hit :))
> If I move back and forth between pages, the messages stay in the same
> BincIMAP does not support server-side sorting, so the usual sort functions
> in Roundcube are disabled (column headers are not clickable.) Perhaps
> needs to be an additional capability check that can default back to
> client-side sorting in this case?
> I really, really wish I didn't have to deal with BincIMAP, but I guess it
> does help to hunt down bugs in lesser-used code paths...
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