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Fwd: Re: evolution

Helmut Bardeli

Hi,

here is the bt full

Thread 1 "evolution" received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
dconf_engine_manage_queue (engine=0x555555805d80) at dconf-engine.c:1078
1078 engine->sources[0]->object_path,
(gdb) bt full
#0  0x00007fffda226c5d in dconf_engine_manage_queue
(engine=0x555555805d80) at dconf-engine.c:1078
         oc = 0x55555611cc60
         parameters = 0x7fffcc030100
         __func__ = "dconf_engine_manage_queue"
#1  0x00007fffda227a51 in dconf_engine_change_fast
     (engine=0x555555805d80, changeset=changeset@entry=0x7fffcc02eb00,
origin_tag=origin_tag@entry=0x0, error=error@entry=0x0)
     at dconf-engine.c:1187
         node = 0x0
#2  0x00007fffda2263ac in dconf_settings_backend_write
     (backend=0x55555579e450, key=0x55555611cc00
"/org/gnome/evolution/mail/show-headers", value=0x0, origin_tag=0x0)
     at dconfsettingsbackend.c:76
         dcsb = 0x55555579e450
         change = 0x7fffcc02eb00
         success = <optimized out>
#3  0x00007ffff6781420 in g_settings_reset () at /usr/lib64/libgio-2.0.so.0
#4  0x00007fffc76f24d8 in settings_deprecated_constructed
(object=<optimized out>)
     at
/usr/src/debug/evolution-3.26.6-lp150.2.6.x86_64/src/modules/settings/e-settings-deprecated.c:559
         priv = 0x555555a524c0
         handler_id = <optimized out>
         string_value = <optimized out>
         strv_value = 0x555556118080
         int_value = <optimized out>
#5  0x00007ffff642e440 in  () at /usr/lib64/libgobject-2.0.so.0
#6  0x00007ffff64301ae in g_object_new_valist () at
/usr/lib64/libgobject-2.0.so.0
#7  0x00007ffff6430529 in g_object_new () at /usr/lib64/libgobject-2.0.so.0
#8  0x00007ffff735a9a7 in  () at /usr/lib64/libedataserver-1.2.so.22
#9  0x00007ffff73a730c in e_type_traverse () at
/usr/lib64/libedataserver-1.2.so.22
#10 0x00007ffff735ab32 in e_extensible_load_extensions () at
/usr/lib64/libedataserver-1.2.so.22
#11 0x00007ffff735abfc in e_extensible_list_extensions () at
/usr/lib64/libedataserver-1.2.so.22
#12 0x00007ffff7bb374b in e_shell_load_modules (shell=0x5555558f3190)
     at
/usr/src/debug/evolution-3.26.6-lp150.2.6.x86_64/src/shell/e-shell.c:2128
         client_cache = <optimized out>
         module_directory = <optimized out>
         list = <optimized out>
         __func__ = "e_shell_load_modules"
#13 0x00005555555585da in main (argc=<optimized out>, argv=<optimized out>)
     at
/usr/src/debug/evolution-3.26.6-lp150.2.6.x86_64/src/shell/main.c:650
         settings = <optimized out>
         success = <optimized out>
         error = 0x0

Helmut

Am 20.02.19 um 03:08 schrieb Andre Klapper:

> Hi,
>
> On Tue, 2019-02-19 at 12:52 +0100, Helmut Bardeli wrote:
>> I use evolution version 3.26.6-lp150.2.6 with opensuse leap 15.
>>
>> Evolution crashes at startup with
>>
>> Thread 1 "evolution" received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
>> 0x00007fffda33ec5d in ?? () from
>> /usr/lib64/gio/modules/libdconfsettings.so
> Please provide a complete stacktrace which includes debug symbols for
> dconf, glib2, evolution-data-server.
>
> andre
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Re: Fwd: Re: evolution

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On Wed, 2019-02-20 at 11:23 +0100, Helmut Bardeli wrote:

> Thread 1 "evolution" received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
> dconf_engine_manage_queue (engine=0x555555805d80) at dconf-
> engine.c:1078
> 1078 engine->sources[0]->object_path,
> (gdb) bt full
> #0  0x00007fffda226c5d in dconf_engine_manage_queue
> (engine=0x555555805d80) at dconf-engine.c:1078
>          oc = 0x55555611cc60
>          parameters = 0x7fffcc030100
>          __func__ = "dconf_engine_manage_queue"
> #1  0x00007fffda227a51 in dconf_engine_change_fast
>      (engine=0x555555805d80, changeset=changeset@entry=0x7fffcc02eb00
> ,
> origin_tag=origin_tag@entry=0x0, error=error@entry=0x0)
>      at dconf-engine.c:1187
>          node = 0x0
> #2  0x00007fffda2263ac in dconf_settings_backend_write
>      (backend=0x55555579e450, key=0x55555611cc00
> "/org/gnome/evolution/mail/show-headers", value=0x0, origin_tag=0x0)


        Hi,
if I've got it right then you do not see any runtime error before the
crash, there is no message on the console between you run evolution and
when it crashes. If so, then my previous message describes a different
issue. I'm sorry for the confusion.

The above-quoted part of the backtrace shows that DConf is trying to
save/write changes to the /org/gnome/evolution/mail/show-headers. I
found a similar issue filled against gnome-control-center:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-control-center/+bug/1727020
which makes me wonder whether there's any issue with DConf itself.
There can be found more bugs when searching for
"dconf_settings_backend_write" (quotes for clarity only). I do not
know, I'd probably try to upgrade/downgrade DConf packages, but I've no
idea whether it would be helpful at all.
        Bye,
        Milan

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Re: Fwd: Re: evolution

Helmut Bardeli
Hi,

thanks for help.

i searched the link, but don´ t find any solution.

My feeling is that there is no problem with evolution itself because I
have the

same issue with GNUCASH.

Helmut


Am 20.02.19 um 12:05 schrieb Milan Crha via evolution-list:

> On Wed, 2019-02-20 at 11:23 +0100, Helmut Bardeli wrote:
>> Thread 1 "evolution" received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
>> dconf_engine_manage_queue (engine=0x555555805d80) at dconf-
>> engine.c:1078
>> 1078 engine->sources[0]->object_path,
>> (gdb) bt full
>> #0  0x00007fffda226c5d in dconf_engine_manage_queue
>> (engine=0x555555805d80) at dconf-engine.c:1078
>>           oc = 0x55555611cc60
>>           parameters = 0x7fffcc030100
>>           __func__ = "dconf_engine_manage_queue"
>> #1  0x00007fffda227a51 in dconf_engine_change_fast
>>       (engine=0x555555805d80, changeset=changeset@entry=0x7fffcc02eb00
>> ,
>> origin_tag=origin_tag@entry=0x0, error=error@entry=0x0)
>>       at dconf-engine.c:1187
>>           node = 0x0
>> #2  0x00007fffda2263ac in dconf_settings_backend_write
>>       (backend=0x55555579e450, key=0x55555611cc00
>> "/org/gnome/evolution/mail/show-headers", value=0x0, origin_tag=0x0)
>
> Hi,
> if I've got it right then you do not see any runtime error before the
> crash, there is no message on the console between you run evolution and
> when it crashes. If so, then my previous message describes a different
> issue. I'm sorry for the confusion.
>
> The above-quoted part of the backtrace shows that DConf is trying to
> save/write changes to the /org/gnome/evolution/mail/show-headers. I
> found a similar issue filled against gnome-control-center:
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-control-center/+bug/1727020
> which makes me wonder whether there's any issue with DConf itself.
> There can be found more bugs when searching for
> "dconf_settings_backend_write" (quotes for clarity only). I do not
> know, I'd probably try to upgrade/downgrade DConf packages, but I've no
> idea whether it would be helpful at all.
> Bye,
> Milan
>
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Re: Fwd: Re: evolution

Helmut Bardeli

Hi,

I have no idea to solve the problem,

can you give any further help ?

Helmut


Am 20.02.19 um 12:35 schrieb Helmut Bardeli:

> Hi,
>
> thanks for help.
>
> i searched the link, but don´ t find any solution.
>
> My feeling is that there is no problem with evolution itself because I
> have the
>
> same issue with GNUCASH.
>
> Helmut
>
>
> Am 20.02.19 um 12:05 schrieb Milan Crha via evolution-list:
>> On Wed, 2019-02-20 at 11:23 +0100, Helmut Bardeli wrote:
>>> Thread 1 "evolution" received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
>>> dconf_engine_manage_queue (engine=0x555555805d80) at dconf-
>>> engine.c:1078
>>> 1078 engine->sources[0]->object_path,
>>> (gdb) bt full
>>> #0  0x00007fffda226c5d in dconf_engine_manage_queue
>>> (engine=0x555555805d80) at dconf-engine.c:1078
>>>           oc = 0x55555611cc60
>>>           parameters = 0x7fffcc030100
>>>           __func__ = "dconf_engine_manage_queue"
>>> #1  0x00007fffda227a51 in dconf_engine_change_fast
>>>       (engine=0x555555805d80, changeset=changeset@entry=0x7fffcc02eb00
>>> ,
>>> origin_tag=origin_tag@entry=0x0, error=error@entry=0x0)
>>>       at dconf-engine.c:1187
>>>           node = 0x0
>>> #2  0x00007fffda2263ac in dconf_settings_backend_write
>>>       (backend=0x55555579e450, key=0x55555611cc00
>>> "/org/gnome/evolution/mail/show-headers", value=0x0, origin_tag=0x0)
>>
>>     Hi,
>> if I've got it right then you do not see any runtime error before the
>> crash, there is no message on the console between you run evolution and
>> when it crashes. If so, then my previous message describes a different
>> issue. I'm sorry for the confusion.
>>
>> The above-quoted part of the backtrace shows that DConf is trying to
>> save/write changes to the /org/gnome/evolution/mail/show-headers. I
>> found a similar issue filled against gnome-control-center:
>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-control-center/+bug/1727020 
>>
>> which makes me wonder whether there's any issue with DConf itself.
>> There can be found more bugs when searching for
>> "dconf_settings_backend_write" (quotes for clarity only). I do not
>> know, I'd probably try to upgrade/downgrade DConf packages, but I've no
>> idea whether it would be helpful at all.
>>     Bye,
>>     Milan
>>
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Re: Fwd: Re: evolution

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On Fri, 2019-02-22 at 10:27 +0100, Helmut Bardeli wrote:
> I have no idea to solve the problem,
>
> can you give any further help ?

As it looks to be a dconf issue and not an Evolution issue, have you
contacted a support forum / the issue tracker of your distribution?

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Re: Fwd: Re: evolution

Helmut Bardeli
Thanks,

the opensuse forum has no idea, they told me that it is my own fault,

but dont help

Helmut

Am 22.02.19 um 10:55 schrieb Andre Klapper:
> On Fri, 2019-02-22 at 10:27 +0100, Helmut Bardeli wrote:
>> I have no idea to solve the problem,
>>
>> can you give any further help ?
> As it looks to be a dconf issue and not an Evolution issue, have you
> contacted a support forum / the issue tracker of your distribution?
>
> andre
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Re: Fwd: Re: evolution

Pete Biggs

>
> the opensuse forum has no idea, they told me that it is my own fault,
>
> but dont help
>
That's nice.

Can I suggest you try creating a new Linux user with a clean set of
default settings.  If Evolution doesn't crash on startup, then it's
something to do with your individual settings.

Also, you never really answered Milan's question - if you start
Evolution from a terminal, are there any error messages shown?

P.


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Re: Fwd: Re: evolution

Andre Klapper
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On Fri, 2019-02-22 at 11:48 +0100, Helmut Bardeli wrote:
> the opensuse forum has no idea, they told me that it is my own fault,
>
> but dont help

And on this list it has been said that it's not an Evolution issue, so
people on this Evolution mailing list cannot help either as they do not
have the expertise needed to help as expertise is about Evolution here.

(As I mentioned in my previous email, there should be a bug tracker?)

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Re: Fwd: Re: evolution

Helmut Bardeli
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Hi,

just to answer the last comments.

I created a complete new user with same result.

The debug output is from starting in a terminal.

I will now try to look at the opensuse forum.

Thanks for all.

Helmut


Am 22.02.19 um 12:14 schrieb Pete Biggs:

>> the opensuse forum has no idea, they told me that it is my own fault,
>>
>> but dont help
>>
> That's nice.
>
> Can I suggest you try creating a new Linux user with a clean set of
> default settings.  If Evolution doesn't crash on startup, then it's
> something to do with your individual settings.
>
> Also, you never really answered Milan's question - if you start
> Evolution from a terminal, are there any error messages shown?
>
> P.
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How to delete single messages from the trash bin

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This may be, and probably is, a basic question.  But how can I delete
single messages from the trash bin so that I can reduce the amount of
messages that are in there?

I've searched the Help option which tells me how to expunge an entire
folder but I can't find how to do it for individual messages.  I can
highlight the message but the option to mark the actual message is
greyed out.

Thanks for any advice here.

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Re: How to delete single messages from the trash bin

Jeffrey Cunningham
Just select it and delete it (delete key or click trash can icon).

--Jeff
This may be, and probably is, a basic question.  But how can I delete
single messages from the trash bin so that I can reduce the amount of
messages that are in there?

I've searched the Help option which tells me how to expunge an entire
folder but I can't find how to do it for individual messages.  I can
highlight the message but the option to mark the actual message is
greyed out.

Thanks for any advice here.

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Re: How to delete single messages from the trash bin

Zan Lynx
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On 2/24/2019 1:16 PM, Bradley G Ward via evolution-list wrote:
> This may be, and probably is, a basic question.  But how can I delete
> single messages from the trash bin so that I can reduce the amount of
> messages that are in there?
>
> I've searched the Help option which tells me how to expunge an entire
> folder but I can't find how to do it for individual messages.  I can
> highlight the message but the option to mark the actual message is
> greyed out.

Umm. There's something basically wrong here.

Are you expecting *any* message in a Trash folder to still be there
tomorrow? In a week? A month?

Because you are *wrong*. If there's a folder named Trash in *any*
program, expect things in there to *vanish at any time*.

Windows OS, for example, will automatically clean up Trash files and
Temporary files if you run low on disk space.

The Thunderbird email program will automatically delete and "compact"
Trash folders, although it will ask you first. It will ask one time
only, if you check the checkbox to not ask again, I believe.

Trash exists only so that you can change your mind about a deletion, and
pretty quickly, not in a month.

If you want to have emails that you aren't sure about deleting, don't
put them in Trash, make a folder for them and put them in there instead.

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Re: How to delete single messages from the trash bin

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Thanks for the replies I got to this.  Basically, when I delete items
in Evolution they go into this "Rubbish Bin" and it is here that I
can't delete things from.  

And I am not "wrong".  I have used Microsoft Office for years and it
has a deleted folder where deleted items from the inbox, for example,
go when deleted.  Yes, you can set it up for this folder to be emptied
on a schedule, but my other pcs and even my work pcs are set up so that
the deleted folder has the deleted items in it for as long as I want to
leave them and allows me to delete what I want from there.  I have also
used Thunderbird prior to coming here to Evolution and it also allowed
me to this.  What I want to do, and I was trying to do with Evolution,
was go through the "Rubbish Bin" and selectively delete the crap and
keep other messages there that I might come back to, leaving my inbox
only with things needing attention right now.  

Somebody also suggested that I just select the item and delete it with
with the delete key or the trash can icon.  As  my message said, the
option to delete the message via the trash can icon is not possible as
this button is greyed out.  Hovering the mouse over this icon says
"mark the selected items for deletion" but if I select a message I
still can't delete it either by using this icon OR the delete button.

So, what I want to do is selectively delete messages in the rubbish bin
but I can't.  

Thanks for any further replies.  






On Sun, 2019-02-24 at 16:54 -0700, Zan Lynx wrote:

> On 2/24/2019 1:16 PM, Bradley G Ward via evolution-list wrote:
> > This may be, and probably is, a basic question.  But how can I
> > delete
> > single messages from the trash bin so that I can reduce the amount
> > of
> > messages that are in there?
> >
> > I've searched the Help option which tells me how to expunge an
> > entire
> > folder but I can't find how to do it for individual messages.  I
> > can
> > highlight the message but the option to mark the actual message is
> > greyed out.
>
> Umm. There's something basically wrong here.
>
> Are you expecting *any* message in a Trash folder to still be there
> tomorrow? In a week? A month?
>
> Because you are *wrong*. If there's a folder named Trash in *any*
> program, expect things in there to *vanish at any time*.
>
> Windows OS, for example, will automatically clean up Trash files and
> Temporary files if you run low on disk space.
>
> The Thunderbird email program will automatically delete and
> "compact"
> Trash folders, although it will ask you first. It will ask one time
> only, if you check the checkbox to not ask again, I believe.
>
> Trash exists only so that you can change your mind about a deletion,
> and
> pretty quickly, not in a month.
>
> If you want to have emails that you aren't sure about deleting,
> don't
> put them in Trash, make a folder for them and put them in there
> instead.
>

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Re: How to delete single messages from the trash bin

Patrick O'Callaghan
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On Sun, 2019-02-24 at 16:54 -0700, Zan Lynx wrote:

> On 2/24/2019 1:16 PM, Bradley G Ward via evolution-list wrote:
> > This may be, and probably is, a basic question.  But how can I delete
> > single messages from the trash bin so that I can reduce the amount of
> > messages that are in there?
> >
> > I've searched the Help option which tells me how to expunge an entire
> > folder but I can't find how to do it for individual messages.  I can
> > highlight the message but the option to mark the actual message is
> > greyed out.
>
> Umm. There's something basically wrong here.
>
> Are you expecting *any* message in a Trash folder to still be there
> tomorrow? In a week? A month?
>
> Because you are *wrong*. If there's a folder named Trash in *any*
> program, expect things in there to *vanish at any time*.
>
> Windows OS, for example, will automatically clean up Trash files and
> Temporary files if you run low on disk space.
>
> The Thunderbird email program will automatically delete and "compact"
> Trash folders, although it will ask you first. It will ask one time
> only, if you check the checkbox to not ask again, I believe.
>
> Trash exists only so that you can change your mind about a deletion, and
> pretty quickly, not in a month.
>
> If you want to have emails that you aren't sure about deleting, don't
> put them in Trash, make a folder for them and put them in there instead.

No, this is not how Evolution Trash works.

The fundamental model in Evolution follows the IMAP paradigm, in which
deleted messages are merely marked for deletion, not removed. Actually
removing them is called "expunging". In the Evo interface the Trash
folder is a search folder by default, so the "deleted" messages stay in
their original folders but are merely marked for deletion. Toggle the
View->Show Deleted Messages option to see them.

In recent versions of Evo it's possible to configure Trash as a real
folder (Preferences-><account>->Defaults), mainly to accommodate
server-side systems that don't follow the IMAP model correctly, e.g.
Exchange or Gmail. In these cases, Trash is handled by the server so
may be deleted or compacted according to its rules, but by default Evo
will only expunge Trash when you explicitly request it (File->Empty
Trash), or set one of the options under Delete Mail in Preferences-
>Defaults.

poc

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Re: How to delete single messages from the trash bin

Zan Lynx
On February 25, 2019 3:10:05 AM MST, Patrick O'Callaghan <[hidden email]> wrote:

>On Sun, 2019-02-24 at 16:54 -0700, Zan Lynx
>
>No, this is not how Evolution Trash works.
>
>The fundamental model in Evolution follows the IMAP paradigm, in which
>deleted messages are merely marked for deletion, not removed. Actually
>removing them is called "expunging". In the Evo interface the Trash
>folder is a search folder by default, so the "deleted" messages stay in
>their original folders but are merely marked for deletion. Toggle the
>View->Show Deleted Messages option to see them.


As a system administrator in a past life I would have "cleaned" user's Trash folders in Exchange without a second thought.

As a programmer writing, say, online backup software I would not save files or email in a Trash folder anymore than I would save temporary or cache files.

If I ran an online IMAP server, which I do for myself, it would automatically purge deleted messages older than a month.

So Evolution *does* work that way. Because it marks a Deleted flag and that flag does whatever the server side decides to do.

By no definition of the word "Deleted" does it mean "Keep this until I come back for it."
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Re: How to delete single messages from the trash bin

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Thanks to everybody who replied.  I get it now and I'll work with it.

I appreciate having it clearly explained.



On Mon, 2019-02-25 at 09:01 -0700, Zan Lynx wrote:

> On February 25, 2019 3:10:05 AM MST, Patrick O'Callaghan <[hidden email]>
> wrote:
> > On Sun, 2019-02-24 at 16:54 -0700, Zan Lynx
> >
> > No, this is not how Evolution Trash works.
> >
> > The fundamental model in Evolution follows the IMAP paradigm, in
> > which
> > deleted messages are merely marked for deletion, not removed.
> > Actually
> > removing them is called "expunging". In the Evo interface the Trash
> > folder is a search folder by default, so the "deleted" messages
> > stay in
> > their original folders but are merely marked for deletion. Toggle
> > the
> > View->Show Deleted Messages option to see them.
>
>
> As a system administrator in a past life I would have "cleaned"
> user's Trash folders in Exchange without a second thought.
>
> As a programmer writing, say, online backup software I would not save
> files or email in a Trash folder anymore than I would save temporary
> or cache files.
>
> If I ran an online IMAP server, which I do for myself, it would
> automatically purge deleted messages older than a month.
>
> So Evolution *does* work that way. Because it marks a Deleted flag
> and that flag does whatever the server side decides to do.
>
> By no definition of the word "Deleted" does it mean "Keep this until
> I come back for it."

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Spam error message

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Hello everybody,
I have Evolution (3.28.5-0ubuntu0.18.04.1) installed on two pcs. It has been running pretty much perfectly until when I now try to forward messages I get the following message:

DATA command failed: 5.7.1 5C1AEA603EA3B84F Message content rejected due to suspected spam. OB703”.

It started on one laptop about two weeks ago, and now it does it on both.

Does anybody know what's happening here? Conversely my wife has evolution on an Arch system without these errors so I am assuming that its a program problem and not my ISP.

Thanks for any help that comes my way.

Brad



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Re: Spam error message

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On Tue, 2019-05-21 at 16:58 +1000, Bradley G Ward via evolution-list
wrote:
> Hello everybody,

        Hi,
first of all, when writing a new message do write a new message, rather
than reply to an existing. You just hijacked a thread with completely
unrelated stuff. HTML is not the favorite format on this mailing list
too.

> I have Evolution (3.28.5-0ubuntu0.18.04.1) installed on two pcs. It
> has been running pretty much perfectly until when I now try to
> forward messages I get the following message:
>
> DATA command failed: 5.7.1 5C1AEA603EA3B84F Message content rejected
> due to suspected spam. OB703”.

I suppose that's when you hit Send in the message composer. The error
looks like a response from your SMTP server and I believe it depends on
the message content whether the SMTP server will reject it or not.
You may ask the server admins or something.

Engaging web search also gives some interesting results:
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=OB703

        Bye,
        Milan

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Re: Spam error message

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First. Don't reply to another message to the mailing list and just
change the subject. That doesn't make it a new message and your message
to the mailing list has been put in another thread because it still
retains all the References: header


> I have Evolution (3.28.5-0ubuntu0.18.04.1) installed on two pcs. It
> has been running pretty much perfectly until when I now try to
> forward messages I get the following message:
>
> DATA command failed: 5.7.1 5C1AEA603EA3B84F Message content rejected
> due to suspected spam. OB703”.

That is your SMTP provider rejecting your mail.

>
> Does anybody know what's happening here? Conversely my wife has
> evolution on an Arch system without these errors so I am assuming
> that its a program problem and not my ISP.
>

No, it's not a "program problem" - something in the messages is
triggering the spam filters. Did you try googling for that error
message? Did you notice that all the reports of that error message are
from Telstra customers?

I suspect if it's only forwarded messages, and you forward them "as
attachment" and add no other content, then that's what's triggering it.

I suggest you ask on the Telstra or Bigpond forums.

P.


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[off-topic] Spam error message

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On Tue, 2019-05-21 at 16:58 +1000, Bradley G Ward wrote:
> Conversely my wife has evolution on an Arch system without these errors

Without those errors, but on Arch Linux evolution from extra is
seriously broken.

https://mail.gnome.org/archives/evolution-list/2019-April/msg00068.html
https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/62317
https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/62295

[rocketmouse@archlinux ~]$ grep evolution\ \(3.3 /var/log/pacman.log | grep down
[2019-04-12 03:22] [ALPM] downgraded evolution (3.32.1-1 -> 3.32.0-1)
[2019-05-07 08:16] [ALPM] downgraded evolution (3.32.2-1 -> 3.32.0-1)
[rocketmouse@archlinux ~]$ ls /usr/lib/libicu*
/usr/lib/libicudata.so       /usr/lib/libicui18n.so       /usr/lib/libicuio.so       /usr/lib/libicutest.so       /usr/lib/libicutu.so       /usr/lib/libicuuc.so
/usr/lib/libicudata.so.63    /usr/lib/libicui18n.so.63    /usr/lib/libicuio.so.63    /usr/lib/libicutest.so.63    /usr/lib/libicutu.so.63    /usr/lib/libicuuc.so.63
/usr/lib/libicudata.so.63.1  /usr/lib/libicui18n.so.63.1  /usr/lib/libicuio.so.63.1  /usr/lib/libicutest.so.63.1  /usr/lib/libicutu.so.63.1  /usr/lib/libicuuc.so.63.1
/usr/lib/libicudata.so.64    /usr/lib/libicui18n.so.64    /usr/lib/libicuio.so.64    /usr/lib/libicutest.so.64    /usr/lib/libicutu.so.64    /usr/lib/libicuuc.so.64
/usr/lib/libicudata.so.64.2  /usr/lib/libicui18n.so.64.2  /usr/lib/libicuio.so.64.2  /usr/lib/libicutest.so.64.2  /usr/lib/libicutu.so.64.2  /usr/lib/libicuuc.so.64.2


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