[Mageia-dev] Fwd: Re: M3 won't complete boot after update

Anne Wilson annew at kde.org
Thu Sep 27 10:59:32 CEST 2012

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On 26/09/12 23:20, AL13N wrote:
> Op woensdag 26 september 2012 20:57:43 schreef Anne Wilson:
>> On 26/09/2012 16:24, Jani Välimaa wrote:
>>> On 26.09.2012 18:00, Anne Wilson wrote:
>>>> Colin, I sent this last evening, but I haven't seen it
>>>> on-list. For some reason a fair number of my messages don't
>>>> get through. Could it be that the digital signing worries the
>>>> filters?
>>>> Anne
>>> I can see your (previous) mail, just like I saw the previous
>>> mail you resend.
>>> Are you using GMail?
>> Hmm - yes.  Just realised that my KDE alias does go through
>> GMail, yet some of the messages from me get displayed in TBird,
>> but not others. Strange - and difficult to follow threads.
>> Thanks for prompting me.
>> Anne
> this is normal behavior for gmail, it's why i stopped using it:
> it works like this, if you are on a mailing list, and it ends up at
> google, and you're using the gmail imap gateway, you will not be
> getting your own message, thus not knowing if it was there or not,
> and your threading will break. same thing with aliasses.
> i filed a bug but it is a "feature"

Agreed.  Sadly, I don't have much choice right now.

Borg2 is/was my IMAP server, and GMail was my emergency backup.  Since
I can't access Borg2 from my laptop, that's no longer a possibility.
I can't even read the mail on Borg2 itself, as I can't get akonadi to
start - manually starting it says that akonadiserver returned with
exit code 255 (Unknown error) and
"akonadiserver" crashed too often and will not be restarted.

The result is that Borg2 is reported as being offline.

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