kmail ignores "default" sending account #54

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opened 1 year ago by mgb · 15 comments
mgb commented 1 year ago

Basic information

  • TDE version: R14.0.10
  • Distribution: Debian Buster 10.9
  • Hardware: amd64

Description

Sending email and forwarding email and replying to email use the default account.

Redirecting email (now, not later) uses the first sending account. It should use the defaults sending account.

Steps to reproduce

You'll need multiple sending accounts. To simplify testing create the first account so that it doesn't work (e.g. wrong password) and the default account later in the list (which seems to be in chronological order) and configured so that it does work.

Sending email and forwarding email and replying to email use the default account.

Redirecting email (now, not later) uses the first sending account.

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## Basic information - TDE version: R14.0.10 - Distribution: Debian Buster 10.9 - Hardware: amd64 <!-- Use SL/* labels to set the severity level. Please do not set a milestone. --> ## Description Sending email and forwarding email and replying to email use the default account. Redirecting email (now, not later) uses the first sending account. It should use the defaults sending account. ## Steps to reproduce You'll need multiple sending accounts. To simplify testing create the first account so that it doesn't work (e.g. wrong password) and the default account later in the list (which seems to be in chronological order) and configured so that it does work. Sending email and forwarding email and replying to email use the default account. Redirecting email (now, not later) uses the first sending account. ## Screenshots <!-- If it seems useful, please provide provide one or more screenshots. -->
Collaborator

TDE 14.1 - I can not confirm it.
I have multiple sending accounts and when I press forward, it uses the account I am using at the momen.

TDE 14.1 - I can not confirm it. I have multiple sending accounts and when I press forward, it uses the account I am using at the momen.
mgb commented 1 year ago
Poster

How about redirect, not forward?

How about redirect, not forward?
Collaborator

This is true. Redirect uses the account set as default. IMO this is OK, but we can debate.

This is true. Redirect uses the account set as default. IMO this is OK, but we can debate.
Owner

This is true. Redirect uses the account set as default. IMO this is OK, but we can debate.

Redirect should definitely use the sending service set specifically for the account from which the original mail comes, or default if specific is not set. However, as reported from @mgb, first account is used instead of original account or the default account. That's why it looks like a bug.

> This is true. Redirect uses the account set as default. IMO this is OK, but we can debate. Redirect should definitely use the sending service set specifically for the account from which the original mail comes, or default if specific is not set. However, as reported from @mgb, *first* account is used instead of original account or the default account. That's why it looks like a bug.
Poster

Does anyone have a workaround for this, or a way to reorganize the sending accounts so the default account is first?

Does anyone have a workaround for this, or a way to reorganize the sending accounts so the default account is first?
MicheleC added this to the R14.0.12 release milestone 6 months ago
Owner

Hi Mike, I have added this to R14.0.x todo list. I will look into it between now and the release time. Most likely after new year day.

Hi Mike, I have added this to R14.0.x todo list. I will look into it between now and the release time. Most likely after new year day.
Poster

Thank you!

Thank you!
Owner

I am able to reproduce this problem. Will look into it, possibly next week.

I am able to reproduce this problem. Will look into it, possibly next week.
Owner

This should have been resolved by PR #67.

@mgb When the new packages are available, could you test and confirm the problem is fixed?

This should have been resolved by PR #67. @mgb When the new packages are available, could you test and confirm the problem is fixed?
mgb commented 1 month ago
Poster

This should have been resolved by PR #67.

@mgb When the new packages are available, could you test and confirm the problem is fixed?

I will try to do this but how quickly will depend on whether the new packages can be installed over TDE Stable or whether I have to switch to PSB or Testing.

Thanks for the fix!

> This should have been resolved by PR #67. > > @mgb When the new packages are available, could you test and confirm the problem is fixed? I will try to do this but how quickly will depend on whether the new packages can be installed over TDE Stable or whether I have to switch to PSB or Testing. Thanks for the fix!
Owner

new packages should easily install on top of stable. They are basically stable + changes since last release. Not so many changes there, so I doubt there will be problems.

new packages should easily install on top of stable. They are basically stable + changes since last release. Not so many changes there, so I doubt there will be problems.
mgb commented 1 month ago
Poster

Sorry I won't be able to test this until I can upgrade a system to 14.0.12 which - since all our installed package versions are managed and cross-checked - is non-trivial.

# dpkg --dry-run -i /tmp/kmail-trinity_14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0_amd64.deb
(Reading database ... 214334 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to unpack .../kmail-trinity_14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0_amd64.deb ...
# dpkg -i /tmp/kmail-trinity_14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0_amd64.deb (Reading database ... 214334 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to unpack .../kmail-trinity_14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0_amd64.deb ...
Unpacking kmail-trinity (4:14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0) over (4:14.0.11-0debian11.0.0+0) ...
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of kmail-trinity:
 kmail-trinity depends on libtqt3-mt (>= 4:14.0.12~pre10); however:
  Version of libtqt3-mt on system is 4:14.0.11-0debian11.0.0+0.
 kmail-trinity depends on tdelibs14-trinity (>= 4:14.0.12~pre18); however:
  Version of tdelibs14-trinity on system is 4:14.0.11-0debian11.0.0+0.

dpkg: error processing package kmail-trinity (--install):
 dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
Processing triggers for man-db (2.9.4-2) ...
Errors were encountered while processing:
 kmail-trinity
#     
Sorry I won't be able to test this until I can upgrade a system to 14.0.12 which - since all our installed package versions are managed and cross-checked - is non-trivial. ``` # dpkg --dry-run -i /tmp/kmail-trinity_14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0_amd64.deb (Reading database ... 214334 files and directories currently installed.) Preparing to unpack .../kmail-trinity_14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0_amd64.deb ... # dpkg -i /tmp/kmail-trinity_14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0_amd64.deb (Reading database ... 214334 files and directories currently installed.) Preparing to unpack .../kmail-trinity_14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0_amd64.deb ... Unpacking kmail-trinity (4:14.0.12~pre6-0debian11.0.0+0) over (4:14.0.11-0debian11.0.0+0) ... dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of kmail-trinity: kmail-trinity depends on libtqt3-mt (>= 4:14.0.12~pre10); however: Version of libtqt3-mt on system is 4:14.0.11-0debian11.0.0+0. kmail-trinity depends on tdelibs14-trinity (>= 4:14.0.12~pre18); however: Version of tdelibs14-trinity on system is 4:14.0.11-0debian11.0.0+0. dpkg: error processing package kmail-trinity (--install): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Processing triggers for man-db (2.9.4-2) ... Errors were encountered while processing: kmail-trinity # ```
Owner

You can enable apt sources for PSB and enter:

apt update
apt install kmail-trinity

…it should only update the necessary dependencies.

You can enable apt sources for PSB and enter: ``` apt update apt install kmail-trinity ``` …it should only update the necessary dependencies.
mgb commented 1 month ago
Poster

Confirmed that kmail-trinity from PSB correctly uses default sending account when redirecting.

Thank you!

FYI - and this is so trivial that I won't even file a wish list but just FYI - the address to which the email is redirected does not seem to be added to the recent addresses list.

--Mike

Confirmed that kmail-trinity from PSB correctly uses default sending account when redirecting. Thank you! FYI - and this is so trivial that I won't even file a wish list but just FYI - the address to which the email is redirected does not seem to be added to the recent addresses list. --Mike
Owner

FYI - and this is so trivial that I won't even file a wish list but just FYI - the address to which the email is redirected does not seem to be added to the recent addresses list.

You can file an issue report for it, so one day (after you remind us for the zillionth time) we will look into it. Without an issue, we would likely forget about it.

> FYI - and this is so trivial that I won't even file a wish list but just FYI - the address to which the email is redirected does not seem to be added to the recent addresses list. You can file an issue report for it, so one day (after you remind us for the zillionth time) we will look into it. Without an issue, we would likely forget about it.
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