[mew-int 2856] Re: How can I delete invalid messages safely?
2010-03-24 04:42:35 GMT
From: Will <gardellawg <at> gmail.com> Subject: Re: [mew-int 2853] Re: How can I delete invalid messages safely? Date: Tue, 23 Mar 2010 12:07:37 -0400 (EDT) Message-ID: <20100323.120737.253176277.gardellawg <at> gmail.com> > As far as I understand it, an "invalid" message is simply one in your > local mail folder whose existence Mew has not yet verified on the IMAP > server. Once Mew updates the folder containing the "invalid" message, > it's no longer invalid, and if you delete or refile the messages, the IMAP > server will be updated as well. > > I guess I'm not clear on what you want... > Hi Will~ 1. Make 'All Mail' show in IMAP in GMail's setting 2. Update Mew by `C-uZ' 3. Go into %inbox and use `s'(update) to retrieve some messages 4. Refile one message to 'All Mail' by `o' and choosing '%[Gmail]/All Mail' 5. Press `x', you will see the following lines one by one in mini buffer: Communicating with the IMAP server... Refiling 1 message in background... 1 message refile 6. Go into '%[Gmail]/All Mail', you will see the refiled message in it with a '#' mark. What I want is not showing the invalid messages in the '%[Gmail]/All Mail'.(Continue reading)