testing needed: xfce4-mailwatch-plugin
Brian J. Tarricone
bjt23 at cornell.edu
Wed May 4 07:23:20 CEST 2005
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Jasper Huijsmans wrote:
> Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
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>> Hi all,
>> Pasi and I have been working on the new mail watcher plugin for the
>> panel, and it's in a state where it's actually pretty usable now.
>> Currently supported is IMAP (SSL/TLS and plaintext), and local mbox and
>> maildir spools. POP3 support is forthcoming; just neither of us has
>> gotten around to it yet. It supports multiple mailboxes of different
>> types (or the same types), and the IMAP support allows you to tell it to
>> check for new messages in folders other than the Inbox (unfortunately,
>> for now you have to use strings like 'INBOX.lists.gtk' for folder
> Great, thanks for doing this, guys.
> Two quick comments. I'll try it out more extensively later, but mail
> check interval definitely needs to be per mailbox, not global. IMHO, of
> course ;-)
Done, for IMAP, anyway. Maildir and mbox will just use the default 10
minutes until Pasi updates them ^_^.
> The interval also isn't saved properly when you type a new value instead
> of using the up/down arrows. I know we've had that before and there is a
> solution, but I can't remember it right now...
Not sure what to do about that. I'm catching focus-out-event rather than
value-changed, so we're not sending lots of timeout change events to all
the mailboxes (well, not so much an issue now). It looks like a bug in
the widget itself that it doesn't update itself internally if you just
type a number.
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