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Imap Notes

Sergey Makeev-2
There is an application for Android which emulates connection to IMAP servers in the very same way as iPhone does so that one could store his notes on IMAP server as email messages instead of storing them at CalDAV server as tasks. Neither MS Exchange nor eMClient have the similar functionality.
Actually one can get access to his notes stored on IMAP server from either iPhone or Android device.
Could you please implement this function to Evolution?


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Re: Imap Notes

Kristian Rink

Oh yes please. I'd merrily vote for such a feature request.
K.


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Re: Imap Notes

Patrick O'Callaghan
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On Wed, 2017-02-15 at 19:08 +0300, Sergey Makeev wrote:
> There is an application for Android which emulates connection to IMAP
> servers in the very same way as iPhone does so that one could store his
> notes on IMAP server as email messages instead of storing them at
> CalDAV server as tasks. Neither MS Exchange nor eMClient have the
> similar functionality.
> Actually one can get access to his notes stored on
> IMAP server from either iPhone or Android device.
> Could you please implement this function to Evolution?

Once again, the proper place for bug reports and requests for
enhancement is Bugzilla. That way the bug or RFE is registered in a
fixed place where developers can see it (they don't necessarily read
the mailing list) and other people can add comments.

There's nothing wrong with posting on the list, but if you don't put it
in BZ *it WILL be forgotten*.

poc
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Re: Imap Notes

Sergey Makeev-2
Patrick, please, give us the direct link leading straight forward to
Evolutuion section of Bugzilla.

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Patrick O'Callaghan <[hidden email]> 15 февраля 2017 г. 20:33:09 написал:

> On Wed, 2017-02-15 at 19:08 +0300, Sergey Makeev wrote:
>> There is an application for Android which emulates connection to IMAP
>> servers in the very same way as iPhone does so that one could store his
>> notes on IMAP server as email messages instead of storing them at
>> CalDAV server as tasks. Neither MS Exchange nor eMClient have the
>> similar functionality.
>> Actually one can get access to his notes stored on
>> IMAP server from either iPhone or Android device.
>> Could you please implement this function to Evolution?
>
> Once again, the proper place for bug reports and requests for
> enhancement is Bugzilla. That way the bug or RFE is registered in a
> fixed place where developers can see it (they don't necessarily read
> the mailing list) and other people can add comments.
>
> There's nothing wrong with posting on the list, but if you don't put it
> in BZ *it WILL be forgotten*.
>
> poc
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Re: Imap Notes

Adam Tauno Williams
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Quoting Sergey Makeev <[hidden email]>:
> There is an application for Android which emulates connection to IMAP
> servers in the very same way as iPhone does so that one could store his
> notes on IMAP server as email messages instead of storing them at
> CalDAV server as tasks. Neither MS Exchange nor eMClient have the
> similar functionality.

Evolution supports notes via WebDAV/CALDAV - VJOURNAL objects.

Storing notes via IMAP is not a standardized practice.

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Re: Imap Notes

Milan Crha
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On Wed, 2017-02-15 at 19:08 +0300, Sergey Makeev wrote:
> ... one could store his notes on IMAP server as email messages
> instead of storing them at CalDAV server as tasks.

        Hi,
this sounds like:
https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=466603

There's evolution-kolab plugin (though outdated), which connects to a
Kolab server, which stores everything though IMAP as messages. It's
just that "it can be done", but doing so is not that easy as it might
look like.
        Bye,
        Milan
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Re: Imap Notes

Sergey Makeev-2
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Let us standartize it.

Sergey Makeev
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Adam Tauno Williams <[hidden email]> 15 февраля 2017 г. 21:46:05
написал:

> Quoting Sergey Makeev <[hidden email]>:
>> There is an application for Android which emulates connection to IMAP
>> servers in the very same way as iPhone does so that one could store his
>> notes on IMAP server as email messages instead of storing them at
>> CalDAV server as tasks. Neither MS Exchange nor eMClient have the
>> similar functionality.
>
> Evolution supports notes via WebDAV/CALDAV - VJOURNAL objects.
>
> Storing notes via IMAP is not a standardized practice.
>
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Re: Imap Notes

Reid Thompson
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On Wed, 2017-02-15 at 21:25 +0300, Sergey Makeev wrote:
> Patrick, please, give us the direct link leading straight forward to
> Evolutuion section of Bugzilla.

> Sergey Makeev
> Le noble russe

https://bugzilla.gnome.org/
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Re: Imap Notes

Sergey Makeev-2
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On the contrary it seems to be very easy, there is ImapNotes 2 application
fir Andriod which does the job well. IMAP priticol is open. Is Kolab
priject is Open Source?

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Milan Crha <[hidden email]> 15 февраля 2017 г. 21:51:02 написал:

> On Wed, 2017-02-15 at 19:08 +0300, Sergey Makeev wrote:
>> ... one could store his notes on IMAP server as email messages
>> instead of storing them at CalDAV server as tasks.
>
> Hi,
> this sounds like:
> https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=466603
>
> There's evolution-kolab plugin (though outdated), which connects to a
> Kolab server, which stores everything though IMAP as messages. It's
> just that "it can be done", but doing so is not that easy as it might
> look like.
> Bye,
> Milan
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Re: Imap Notes

Andre Klapper
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On Wed, 2017-02-15 at 21:25 +0300, Sergey Makeev wrote:
> Patrick, please, give us the direct link leading straight forward to
> Evolutuion section of Bugzilla.

https://help.gnome.org/users/evolution/stable/problems-reporting-bugs.html

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Re: Imap Notes

Milan Crha
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On Wed, 2017-02-15 at 21:55 +0300, Sergey Makeev wrote:
> On the contrary it seems to be very easy, there is ImapNotes 2
> application
> fir Andriod which does the job well. IMAP priticol is open. Is Kolab
> priject is Open Source?

        Hi,
see the About section of:
https://www.kolab.org/
They have there a link to a git repo too.
        Bye,
        Milan
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