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comment Evolution no longer receiving email
Sending and receiving mail have their separate passwords stored. Have you tried resetting the one for receiving? To do so, go to Edit › Settings, select the account, click the Edit button, and on the second tab uncheck the box for remembering your password. Save the settings, and try refreshing the Inbox – which should cause Evolution to ask you again for your password.
Nov
29
answered New mail notifications (by Evolution) suddenly stopped working
Nov
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revised New mail notifications (by Evolution) suddenly stopped working
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Nov
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asked New mail notifications (by Evolution) suddenly stopped working
Nov
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reviewed Approve How to reset evolution settings to defaults?
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Sep
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comment Is there a way to move system folders in Evolution to the top?
@ParanoidPanda Are you going to suggest an EvoBird? What's wrong about customization? I don't see how your "why comments" are helpful here ;)
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Jul
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revised Setup DKIM (DomainKeys) for Ubuntu, Postfix and Mailman
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Jul
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comment Sync Evolution with Android apps through Owncloud or other centralised online source
Meanwhile DAVdroid supports syncinc tasks (see: davdroid.bitfire.at/configuration). Using the tasks of ownCloud also works with Evolution via CalDAV (same URL pattern as described on the mentioned DAVdroid page, just with caldav:// as protocol. I've checked the "secure connection" as well, works for me). Using OC's calendar and contacts with Evo; the latter sometimes require a restart of Evo to refresh (when new entries added from the other end), and I get error messages when adding entries in Evo (still seems to work). No other apps tried with Evo yet.
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comment Disabling Zeitgeist
@mondjunge I'm afraid I don't know. Stopped caring for that years ago (in fact, after this answer). Will never ever install Unity again (in fact, my next installations won't even be Ubuntu anymore). Like you, I don't want stuff I cannot control be installed on my device without obvious and user-friendly ways to deactivate/remove it. Having had 3 independent "desktop agents" forced on me that way (Zeitgeist, Akonadi, Nepomuk) with dependencies making an easy uninstall/deactivation impossible was enough for me. I hate when others decide what I have to like :)
Apr
28
comment Disabling Zeitgeist
@mondjunge they don't do that for me. I did as described in my answer, and was not bothered since.
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comment How do I make the F-keys work in byobu, for midnight commander (mc), htop, etc?
Any way to extend that to Shift-Fx? Even with Byobu keybindings disabled, Shift-Fx seem to be "blind" (don't work). Tried Esc--Shift-4, no effect.
Mar
15
comment How do I make the F-keys work in byobu, for midnight commander (mc), htop, etc?
Dustin, while that works fine for most keys, Shift-Fx seems to be completely ignored by mc when running in Byobu (with Tmux here). I can understand that for shift-F12 (for obvious reasons) – but what do I miss for e.g. Shift-F3 or Shift-F4 (which I frequently need)?