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en-US version of Tb? The #ffff is the problem Comment 3 WADA:World Anti-bad-Duping Agency 2008-02-14 16:00:08 PST (In reply to comment #1) > Logs are too large to attach - example can be fetched here: The mail server for (Gmail address without @gmail) responded: Could not parse command. Paul Pfolson View Public Profile Find More Posts by Pfolson 11 Dec 2011, 03:53 AM #3 Adrian Bell Cornerstone of the Community Join Date: Apr 2001 Location: Darlington,

Capturar.PNG Reply With Quote 07-30-2015,01:05 AM #2 JaoMaluku View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Banned Join Date Dec 2013 Posts 83 Reputation 10 Rep Power 0 me too...why? The key is to find the Content-Type: header near the Subject. It only has one Content-Type header. User was asked to upgrade to the newest release version before we filed a bug report - problem has now recurred with that (

In this situation, SMTP is unaffected over SSL (port 465). The 8 is interpreted as an invalid command, so the server is returning a 4 in the append completion message. I'm comfortable with a few.

Source File: imap:// Line: 0 Comment 16 WADA:World Anti-bad-Duping Agency 2010-07-08 21:53:38 PDT (In reply to comment #15) > and run it as administrator, (snip) What operation do you mean by It can make things worse. akorvemaker View Public Profile Visit akorvemaker's homepage! The time now is 12:16 PM.

Comment 14 WADA:World Anti-bad-Duping Agency 2012-02-08 16:38:11 PST FYI. Find More Posts by akorvemaker 11 Dec 2011, 11:22 AM #15 paleolith Cornerstone of the Community Join Date: Mar 2002 Location: Florida Posts: 522 Quote: Originally Posted by akorvemaker Each APPEND command is well formed as per the IMAP4 spec, as is the data written, so I'm not sure why the error is 'Invalid Arguments', unless it is that the Thunderbird probe download #FF0000, because it's sound like an attachment. (if I use bgcolor="#FF0000", no probleme) Comment 18 David :Bienvenu 2010-01-29 14:27:43 PST Ujlaky, can you save the message as a

The fix is to delete the IMAP.MRK file from the folder on disk. Comment 10 Ladar Levison 2012-02-08 02:10:40 PST I updated the Lavabit account config to use STARTTLS over port 143, but the copy operation still failed. This article only deals with corrupt folders stored on your hard disk, file share or USB drive since usually you can recover messages from a corrupt remote folder by moving them same problem as Bug 702111).

A valid header is a header name followed by a colon. See offlineimap --help. The two of them we were able to check appear to be newsletters from - not sure if this is a coincidence or not. I want them in my FM account.

However, that would only let you recover data in its most basic form. Do you need more info than that? Comment 2 Ladar Levison 2012-02-03 00:49:47 PST Managed to snag an IMAP log showing the error. Member nicolas33 commented Mar 5, 2015 Yes, I should have told you it's a multi-sessions logs.

Contributor mobamoba commented Mar 5, 2015 The remote type Gmail and is and the Local is localhost:143 (I used Zarafa for my local IMAP). Where should I forward it to? Can you reproduce this issue on your machine when connected to Lavabit? this contact form Comment 6 WADA:World Anti-bad-Duping Agency 2009-08-11 21:47:01 PDT If mismatch between Gmail's IMAP folder name(depends on Display Language of Gmail) and Tb's folder selection setting exists, phenomena described in Bug 467860

vBulletin Skin By: Recover messages from a corrupt folder From MozillaZine Knowledge Base This article was written for Thunderbird but also applies to Mozilla Suite / SeaMonkey (though some menu Forgot Password? Don Daniels Comment 13 WADA:World Anti-bad-Duping Agency 2010-07-06 23:35:09 PDT Get IMAP log and check IMAP level flow, and check when the error message is returned from server. > >

I don't know more because the logs saying the headers are modified was done on another sync.

I let it run for just over a minute so hopefully that was enough to log the errors. The critical parts are bolded. Open it in TextPad. I don't know if that helps as the original error pointed to an email that was very tiny and with no attachments, just a link, but I thought I'd let you

Then edit the mbox file to fix the layout of each message so that Thunderbird can find it. There are many different types of MIME sections, you don't need to recognize each of them. Data: LIGG20 APPEND SMS (\Seen) {1} Message content was: 4 ERROR: Saving msg ([unknown message-id]) folder 'SMS', repo 'Remote'failed (error). navigate here The entire folder at once?

The last time was a few years ago, and I no longer have any Outlook messages to test with, so I don't have a clue what might have changed -- why I just get a ton of output in my terminal but can't see where it's saving. I am still getting them, although the best I can tell the program seems to be functioning properly in spite of the error messages. In case its relevant, the source is a Microsoft Office 365 account using IMAP, and the destination is a Lavabit account, also using IMAP.

You still have to correct the damage, and its usually easier to do that editing a large mbox file where you have a overall view of where corruption might have occurred. Tb closed socket connection No CRLF(or LF or CR) at end of mail data downloaded from move source IMAP server? The MIME standard adds a few headers to identify what type of a message it is and how its encoded. Member nicolas33 commented Mar 23, 2015 From the logs.

Save. Difference between \the, \showthe and \show commands? Please note that here is B.M.O to help "bug resolving by developers".