Neomail not displaying inbox messages

carock

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I have a a user that has been using Neomail, and their Inbox has no messages displayed.

I checked the server, and the inbox file has data.

I logged in as them, and tried Horde and Squirrelmail. Both of those display the messages in the Inbox.

Neomail still doesn't.

Any ideas what I can do to fix?

Thanks,
Chuck
 

noimad1

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carock said:
I have a a user that has been using Neomail, and their Inbox has no messages displayed.

I checked the server, and the inbox file has data.

I logged in as them, and tried Horde and Squirrelmail. Both of those display the messages in the Inbox.

Neomail still doesn't.

Any ideas what I can do to fix?

Thanks,
Chuck

I'm not sure if you found out what happened here, but I just had the same thing occur, ran accross this old thread and thought I would post a solution that I found in case someone else comes accross this forum. I found that the pull down-menu in the upper left hand corner had two "inboxes" listed. One in upper-case and one in lower-case. One had the messages in it while the other didn't. I haven't figured out why there are two just yet...
 

hromero

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Solution

Try this:

cd /home/user_name/

In that directory:

find -type f | grep "__" | xargs rm -vf

Use this command line to erase some files that doesn't allow you to see your mails.
Don't panic, those files are not necesary.
 
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sato

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Same problem

Hi,

I have the same problem on my server. But it occurs in some accounts only.
I've tried the command line above on user directory, but it doesnt effect.

Line is: find -type f | grep "__" | xargs rm -vf correct? Characters between " are underline or space only?

Please someone knows how to solve this?
Thanks in advance.
 

hromero

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Characters between " are two underlines.

Enter to the user's account and remove that files manually: /home/user-name/mail/domin-name/user-account/

All files that have two underlines.

Pardon by my mistakes. My english is not good.