[RCU] New Messages Don't Appear

Charlie Hazlett charlie at hazlett.net
Tue Oct 27 17:07:52 CET 2009

I have the same problem. Not a huge problem but RC has never acted like
this before and should not act like this now. 

On Tue, 27 Oct 2009
14:26:03 +0100, Claudio Kuenzler  wrote:  

Hi Carlos,

I'm seeing almost
the same behavior... do the new messages appear after you hit "F5" in your
browser? That does it for me. 
But I agree, it is a strange behavior which
didn't occur to me in 0.2.x, only since 0.3. Maybe there has been a bugfix
in the coming release 0.3.1 ?
 Anybody got more info?


Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 2:14 PM, Carlos Williams  wrote:
 I have upgraded my
install of RC from 0.2.1 to the latest stable 0.3.x
 and now I notice that
when I login to my IMAP account via RC, I show
 no new messages even though
I know there are 20 new messages on the
 server. I don't have any other
clients connected to the server like
 Thunderbird or Outlook but I do know
from checking on the mail server
 directly that there are 20 new messages.
I click the "Check for new
 messages" icon in the web interface and noting
new pops in at all. I
 know its trying to check because I see the message
window flash above
 the screen very quickly each time I press the "Check
for new messages"
 icon. So no new messages flow in. I then open an old
 completely. Then when I go back to my message list window, all my
 messages appear. I don't understand why this is happening? It happens

on my work and home PC which leads me to believe it is a system issue
RC, not my cached browser.

 I did a fresh install from 0.2.1 > 0.3-stable
on my server so I don't
 think I did anything wrong.

 Can someone please
help me understand what causes this problem? It's
 extremely annoying!

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Charlie Hazlett
Columbus, Ohio

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