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IMAP not showing all mails

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Cyber911, Aug 9, 2004.

  1. Cyber911

    Cyber911 Member

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    Hi,

    I hope you can help me fixing this...

    Following: Local system mails (from cronjobs e. g.) are sent with an "invalid" Date for IMAP.

    Example of the inbox:
    From user@server.tld Mo Aug 09 16:00:04 2004

    The "valid" date would look like this:
    From user@server.tld Mon Aug 09 16:00:04 2004

    The difference is, that the "Systemmail" uses "Mo" instead of "Mon". Mo would be the german shortcut for "Montag" (monday on german). Better example would be "Di" instead of "Tue" (Dienstag -> german word for tuesday).

    We're using Fedora Core 1, Exim 4.34, IMAP from WHM 9.4.0 cPanel 9.4.1-S56

    No virus scanner and no spamassassin for this example mailaccount.

    The IMAP-Server just ignores such mails, and if our customers delete a mail, which is located after one of these mails, the ignored mail is deleted too...

    Very bad :( Same problem with mails out of PHP for local mailadresses.

    Any help out there? :(

    MfG

    Sven B. 8)
     
  2. Cyber911

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    Problem solved itself on one server, but still the same on another?!?

    I tried to use the Squirrelmail Webmail, and it says:
    "Could not open INBOX Folder: not in valid mailbox format" :(

    Inbox starts with:
    From mail@domain.tld Fr Sep 10 19:05:54 2004
    Code:
    From mail@domain.tld Fr Sep 10 19:05:54 2004
                          ^^
    
    Fr is the German Shortcut for Freitag (Friday), and on "normal" mails there is Fri, only local sent mails, even with Webmail, are sent with Fr instead of Fri...

    Any ideas why this? :(

    MfG

    Sven B. 8)
     
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