[SailfishDevel] No inbox?
valerio.valerio at jollamobile.com
Sun Jan 12 12:01:55 UTC 2014
On 10/01/14 10:53, Norbert Wenzel wrote:
> On 01/09/2014 06:16 PM, Reto Zingg wrote:
>> On 09.01.2014 19:03, Markus Svensson wrote:
>>> Does the mail app log errors somewhere on the device?
>> If you have developer mode enabled, set in
>> Then run message server in foreground
>> pkill messageserver5; /usr/bin/messageserver5
>> and reproduce, any errors?
> Reto, thanks for that. This was the only way to debug my mail
> settings. This is now the first time I'm running two of my mail
> accounts (Gmail and GMX (a german provider)) and they both are able to
> receive and send mails at the same time.
> What was strange was that Gmail actually worked before until I ran out
> of power. It seems my google credentials had been lost and I had to
> login using the account manager again. But though the account manager
> told everythin was ok and I could use Google Talk and mail the mail
> app could not connect. Restarting the mailapp did not work and I had
> to restart the whole phone.
> I've seen similar problems with the mail-only GMX account, but there I
> only had to retype my password (though the account manager showed the
> correct number of dots, so it looked as if a valid password has been
> entered before)
Don't count on that, is always 7 dots :) passwords are not read by the
UI since they are stored in separated database.
> after the low-power shutdown and only start the mailapp again.
> Is it possible that some credentials are lost sometimes and credential
> updates are not always signalled to the mailapp? I think might have
> been the source for my problems with setting up mail. I entered the
> correct details and actually connected successfully (when reading the
> logs) but the mailapp still showed connection errors. So without the
> log I changed the account settings again instead of just restarting
> the mailapp/phone.
For google accounts there's this issue:
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