Trying to transfer to claws mail from kmail, I have problem in sending emails: It doesn't send email through one of my accounts (a university account) and says: An "error happened during SMTP session". My other university account works!
This message was created automatically by mail delivery software. A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed: email@example.com SMTP error from remote mail server after initial connection: host [URL] [ip address]: 50 Access denied...
This message was created automatically by mail delivery software. A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of its recipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es) failed:
firstname.lastname@example.org SMTP error from remote mail server after initial connection: host [URL] [ip address]: 550 Access denied...
I am suddenly experiencing problems with disappearing e-mails in Claws Mail. They seem to disappear somehow during the download process. Running Claws Mail from the terminal gives me the following errors, but I am not sure that this is related to the problems with my other accounts:
Code: ** (claws-mail:12020): WARNING **: [11:45:58] IMAP error on imap.gmail.com: STATUS error ** (claws-mail:12020): WARNING **: [11:45:59] IMAP error on imap.gmail.com: STATUS error ** (claws-mail:12020): WARNING **: [11:46:00] IMAP error on imap.gmail.com: STATUS error
I am using Claws Mail version 3.7.4 with Linux Mint 9 (LXDE). I have googled a lot, but I haven't been able to come up with a satisfactory answer. It may have something to do with some upgraded gnu utilities, but I am not sure what this is in reference to. BTW, all of my accounts use IMAP.
I can't encrypt my e-mails in Claws Mail (3.7.8, slackbuilds.org) on my Slackware 13.1 system. I have the PGP/Core and PGP/MIME plugins loaded. I can verify the signatures of incoming messages and sign outgoing messages, but not encrypt them. Even though there is only one key associated to the recipient's email, Claws can't find it and the "Select Key" dialog displays an empty list of keys.
I am using Claws Mail version 3.7.3 on Ubuntu 9.10. In the last few days, replies that I receive often have the original (quoted) text replaced with an ellipsis [ ... ]. For example, I see: Where the ellipsis is a hyperlink (?), that when double-clicked displays the remainder of the message, as Claws had normally been doing: If I forward the message, everything is included / shown, as expected. It's very annoying to have this program suddenly start behaving this way: When I receive / read a reply, I want to see the entire message ('thread') displayed, not this [... ] ellipsis (hidden original message(s)).
I just started using suse, so a few questions claws-mail 3.7.5, I have no print capabilities, there is no print icon showing, also the spam filter is greyed out. I have loaded bogofilter, but I noticed the amount of rpms listed is much less than my last distro, including the advanced filtering. Are these rpms on another repo somewhere.
I had claws mail 3.7.6 installed with mint 10 and all was well. I use gmail with ssl and was no problem. I wanted to download some add-ons for claws, but most were only compatible with version 3.7.8, so I downloaded and installed 3.7.8 only to find that it doesn't support ssl connection, so I can't use it for my gmail account.
Until the latest update to php, claws-mail was running fine. Since updating php through slackpkg, Claws will start but as soon as a message is selected it crashes with the following message (caught in terminal)
root[/]# claws-mail Newmail plugin loaded Message header summaries written to /home/pat/Mail/NewLog Segmentation fault root[/]#
I recently decided to switch back to a stand alone email client from gmail. I started with thunderbird, which had a very intuitive user interface and was working fairly well, except for the fact that when it wasn't supposed to be doing anything, it was taking up about 40% of my CPU (this is after it had downloaded all the emails, so there really wasn't anything that needed that much cpu usage from my perspective). After investigating that a bit, I decided I'm going to go for something lighter, and now I'm trying to claws-mail. This one is fast and quick, with very little bells and whistle, and I think it has the potential of keeping me happy.
However, there are few things that I can't figure out how to do. The two main ones right now are: How do I make it download all the emails in at least the inbox folder? I'm using imap protocol with gmail, and I'm happy that the two mailboxes are very well synced, however the only thing it is downloaded by default is the email header, and not the content. I would like to be able to download the content immediately, so I can read the email offline as well. How can I set up GPG to sign my emails automatically? In claws-mail to sign my emails, I need to go to the Options->Privacy Options->PGP Mime, followed by Options->Sign. Is it possible to make this the default option?
I want to change the polling order of my two email accounts, but I can't figure it out. I have two IMAP accounts in Claws-Mail, one for work and one for 'other'. The work account is set as default. It is uppermost in the left pane. It is marked 'MH', which I think is to do with storage of the downloaded emails. Claws-Mail always polls my 'other' account first. This takes ages and prevents me getting my work email. How can I make sure the work account is polled first?
I just upgraded from fc11 to fc12 with a great deal of trouble...finally am partially functional. The problem really bugging me is the missing claws-mail toolbar that shows "tools", addressbook, encrypt/decrypt, and especially the ability to load plugins, and set all preferences. I have tried uninstalling & reinstalling but nothing provides the toolbar I need. Yum does not provide anything new either. As most of my important passwords are encrypted, and I need the claws pgp plugin to be loaded.
I'm trying to install the plug-in Gtkhtml2Viewer on my Debian Lenny system for claws-mail. I have installed claws-mail 3.7.5 from backports. When I try to install the plug-in, I get the following response:
Code: mark@debian:~/stuff/debs/source/gtkhtml2_viewer-0.27$ ./configure [..] checking for GNU gettext in libc... yes checking whether to use NLS... yes checking where the gettext function comes from... libc checking for pkg-config... /usr/bin/pkg-config checking pkg-config is at least version 0.9.0... yes checking for CLAWS_MAIL... configure: error: Package requirements (claws-mail >= 126.96.36.199) were not met:
No package 'claws-mail' found. Consider adjusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable if you installed software in a non-standard prefix. Alternatively, you may set the environment variables CLAWS_MAIL_CFLAGS and CLAWS_MAIL_LIBS to avoid the need to call pkg-config. See the pkg-config man page for more details.
mark@debian:~/stuff/debs/source/gtkhtml2_viewer-0.27$ Since I have version 3.7.5, I would think that the above cited requirement of "claws-mail >= 188.8.131.52" would be met. However, for some reason, it states that "No package 'claws-mail' found", which is strange.
I have been trying to install the plug-in vcalendar for claws-mail. I use Debian Lenny, and I have installed claws-mail 3.7.5 from backports. I tried installing the plug-in, but get the following response:
Code: mark@debian:~/stuff/debs/source/vcalendar-2.0.8$ ./configure [..] checking for pkg-config... /usr/bin/pkg-config checking pkg-config is at least version 0.9.0... yes checking for CLAWS_MAIL... configure: error: Package requirements (claws-mail >= 184.108.40.206) were not met:
No package 'claws-mail' found Consider adjusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable if you installed software in a non-standard prefix. Alternatively, you may set the environment variables CLAWS_MAIL_CFLAGS and CLAWS_MAIL_LIBS to avoid the need to call pkg-config.
See the pkg-config man page for more details. mark@debian:~/stuff/debs/source/vcalendar-2.0.8$ I'm not sure why it didn't find ANY package of claws-mail. Further, 3.7.5 should be good enough, since it is newer than the required 220.127.116.11.
I've got a problem with the Claws-mail client. Couple of days ago I have updated the client to its newest version 3.7.8. Because I couldn't find a ready-made package for Slackware 13.0 I've downloaded the source, unpacked to a folder and using src2slack created a package. Package has been created using default settings. And when done upgraded as it should be with upgradepkg. And it was very nice until I've noticed that Claws didn't load into the tray.
Went into plugin loading screen and saw that the trayicon plugin isn't loaded. This one is easy I thought and loaded the plugin. And then it happened. The plugin didn't load but instead it spit out this message: "The following error occurred while loading Trayicon.so : /usr/lib/claws-mail/plugins/trayicon.so: undefined symbol: gtk_status_icon_set_title". I've found what this symbol should do (or so I think) but it doesn't get me anywhere. I would really like to drop claws into the tray.
I've tried this several times and cannot get claws-mail to run. Libetpan has been installed, removed and re-installed. When trying to start c-mail it say cannot find libetpan.so.13 which is accurate - the current installation of libetpan puts in libetpan.so.15. These packages all come from slackbuilds (have also tried Alien's package wtih the same results). This a standard 13.1 install with regular updates through slackpkg.
I haven't logged on to Fedora for a few days, but I did this morning and opened claws mail and clicked 'get mail' and it proceeded to download new messages. However, when I clicked on the inbox folder, the email count changed to zero! No email. I checked and found the folderlist.xml has the correct Mail folder location, and when I went to that location, (on a shared data partition) indeed the 'inbox' folder was EMPTY. No files at all. I'd had a similar issue once, but the email #MH location wasn't correct, so when I fixed it, the email appeared. I did a web search and a search of the claws bugzilla.
The closest I came was a message about the cache not keeping accurate information. There was a claws-mail update at the end of May, but it had been working fine since then up until now. And, it's possible it's some sort of Fedora issue (?), because I had opened my 'home' folder on my desktop to check the claws folder, and now I see that there's a gaping hole on my desktop where that folder should be. I can get there by clicking 'places' and 'Home Folder'. Any other reports of disappearing folders and email?
i'm currently using the claws mail rssyl plugin to manage my rss feeds, but i have two issues with it:
1) when i delete an rss item it reappears when i refresh the feed 2) when i mark all posts of a feed as read, a little while later (for example) 5 of the 20 items become new/unread again. these unread items are random (not the latest posts)
the only pattern i can see (regarding issue #2) is that it only affects feeds hosted on videos. i'm thinking of finding a different application to manage my rss feeds, but it is nice to have email and feeds in once place.
I am running CentOS 5.5 and am trying to get Nagios to send out Emails.
After a bit of reading I have the following in my /etc/mail.rc file:
Code: [root@linux ~]# cat /etc/mail.rc set ask askcc append dot save crt ignore Received Message-Id Resent-Message-Id Status Mail-From Return-Path Via set smtp=172.29.1.76 You have new mail in /var/spool/mail/root [root@linux ~]#
I have Nagios setup correctly and introduced an error to generate an Email but nothing has come through.I suppose I have two questions:
1. Is mail.rc setup correctly? 2. Can I test to see if mail.rc is working correctly?
I have specified a particular IP in the php.ini configuration file to be used by the mail() function. However, there are exceptions when I want to use a different SMTP Server's IP to relay delivery of emails to External Domains. So, how to use SMTP Value in the mail() function. I think it has to be done in the Header Section of it...?
I tried setting up evolution mail incoming worked fine outgoing Big No, so I install Thunderbird and it worked like a charm. Then I decided I liked Evolution a little more and wanted to see if I could get it working and came across this. Firstly I entered all my details correctly double and triple checked. Look at my user name now when i try sending an email I get this? Why has my email changed?
We have one major problem in our dedicated online mail server. In this mail server both sendmail and qmail running for send and receive mails. In this server I can able to send mail to other domain like Gmail and yahoo its works fine. But I am not receiving any mails from other domains. And automatically I got telnet localhost 25 connections refused error. When I send mail from my webmail I got like this error Connection refused Server replied: 111 can't open SMTP stream. This is I got when I send mail from webmail. I am using centos 5.2 version.
Installing PHPMailer v.5 (server running php5) with SMTP function. I have installed the main files in mail directory such as: # class.phpmailer.php: This is the main class file which contains the various email functions.# class.smtp.php: This additional class allows SMTP authentication.I don't think I need class.pop3.php as I'm sending mails server side (smtp)and should be accepted by most IP's pop3 servers.
All my mail functions work great with SMTP and I can send and receive. My problem is that my recipients only receive mail from admin@domain instead of "My Website Name" Sounds simple enough, I know and I have made adjustments to class.phpmailer.php and have inserted my specific mail attributes for my site such as mail address, mail from, smtp server, user/pass for smtp,etc.PHP Mailer v5.0 class.phpmailer.php is a very long script and I only found a couple of places to put the FROM address as follows: