New(?) Sorting Problem

Phil Cryer phil at cryer.us
Tue Aug 1 21:43:58 CEST 2006


>> On Tue, 01 Aug 2006 13:53:49 -0400, Jim Pingle  wrote:
>> Eric Stadtherr wrote:
>>> I am partially responsible for the sorting "fixes" of late, so
> I'd like
>>> to take part in the resolution of this one. Rev288 contains a fix
> I made
>>> to the code that manages the results of the server-side sorting
> Although
>>> the fix is working, it seems that it negatively impacted the
> behavior in
>>> the absence of "SORT" capability on the IMAP server.
>>>
>>> I believe the behavior before my fix was to simply display the
> messages
>>> in IMAP Message Sequence Number order (basically the order the
> messages
>>> arrived in the folder). I think I can come up with an easy patch
> to
>>> restore this behavior when "SORT" capability is absent. How does
> that
>>> sound?
>> 
>> 
>> Sounds good to me. Hopefully it will be an easy fix!
>> 
>> If you need me to try any patches, let me know.
> 
> I agree, I'd rather have if fixed than making it another config
> option -- also I'm open for testing patches against Dovecot, just
> let me know.
> 
> Thanks
> 
> P
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> Jim
On Tue, 1 Aug 2006 12:06:09 -0600, Eric Stadtherr <estadtherr at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> 
> 	Phil,
> 
> 	I'm a little confused about why you're seeing errors with
> Dovecot. Dovecot is my IMAP server as well, and it sorts perfectly.
> What version of Dovecot do you have? 
> 
> 	-Eric
> 	On Tue, 1 Aug 2006 12:58:49 -0500, phil  wrote:

dovecot-1.0.r2 - I don't see anything in dovecot.conf that deals with sorting, so I don't know how it could be on my side (but I"m happy to look further)

P


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