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I used to have a wonderful set-up for work in Evolution until yesterday when I foolishly updated to 13.04. I have access to my emails via Mapi (our uni runs an Exchange server) but I can't send anything.

The error in evolution I get (complete with bad grammar is):

"The reported error was `Could not send message.Did not found any valid connection.".

And when running from a console, this error message prints this to the stdout:

(evolution:5634): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: invalid cast from `CamelMapiTransport' to `CamelMapiStore'

(evolution:5634): camel-mapi-provider-CRITICAL **: camel_mapi_store_ref_connection: assertion `CAMEL_IS_MAPI_STORE (mapi_store)' failed
(evolution:5634): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: invalid cast from `CamelMapiTransport' to `CamelMapiStore'
(evolution:5634): camel-mapi-provider-CRITICAL **: camel_mapi_store_ref_connection: assertion `CAMEL_IS_MAPI_STORE (mapi_store)' failed
(evolution:5634): camel-WARNING **: CamelTcpStreamSSL::connect() reported failure without setting its GError
(evolution:5634): camel-WARNING **: CamelTcpStreamSSL::connect() reported failure without setting its GError

Unfortunately these errors seem to be googlewhacks (in all different forms), so I'm at a loss.

I really need to be able to send emails from work! Why do the developers of Ubuntu break things with every update?

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Despite slightly different error messages, this solution appeared to fix the causing problem, and fortunately it's so quick to be worth a try. –  user160539 May 21 '13 at 9:05
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