[horde] Invalid From and Subject in Inbox with latest Horde 5.0.0RC1 and IMP6.0.0RC1

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Tue Oct 30 09:27:28 UTC 2012

Zitat von Jens Grüntjes <jens.gruentjes at ebira.de>:

> Zitat von Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>:
>> Zitat von Jens Gruentjes <jens.gruentjes at ebira.de>:
>>> Zitat von Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>:
>>>> Zitat von Jens Gruentjes <jens.gruentjes at ebira.de>:
>>>>> Hello list,
>>>>> I just upgraded to the latest RC1-versions of Horde (5.0.0RC1),  
>>>>> IMP (6.0.0RC1), Ingo (3.0.0RC1), Turba (4.0.0RC1), Kronolith  
>>>>> (4.0.0RC1) and Nag (4.0.0RC1) on a test system.
>>>>> When I log in into Horde and switch to my Inbox, then every  
>>>>> message in the Inbox is from "Invalid Address" with the subject  
>>>>> "[No Subject]". If I then switch to any other folder, every  
>>>>> message is shown with the correct "From" and the actual  
>>>>> "Subject", even if I try the special folders "Sent" or "Trash".  
>>>>> I first tried with language "Deutsch" an then with "English  
>>>>> (American)" but no difference (apart from the translated text  
>>>>> obviously).
>>>>> Logging into horde as another user gives the expected result,  
>>>>> i.e. the messages in Inbox are shown with the correct "From" and  
>>>>> "Subject".
>>>>> Is it possible that the problem occurs because my name is Jens  
>>>>> Grüntjes (look at the ü in my last name)? I log in only as  
>>>>> "jens" but my complete name is saved in the preferences. The  
>>>>> other user's name does not contain umlauts.
>>>>> As I wrote this message another mail was arriving in my Inbox  
>>>>> and this new mail is shown with the correct "From" and  
>>>>> "Subject". But the old mails in my Inbox still have no valid  
>>>>> "From" and "Subject".
>>>>> Can someone help me?
>>>> Any chance that you are share the same cache directory with an  
>>>> older Horde version? This still shouldn't happen in this case,  
>>>> but just checking.
>>> I did a clean install on this system after you published the first  
>>> versions of Horde 5. So I don't think I share a cache directory.  
>>> But to be sure, how can I test that?
>> Check your configuration
> The Cache System Settings say that I "Store data in filesystem".  
> Since on that system I have no other version of Horde running it is  
> maybe possible that there are cache entries from a previous Horde 5  
> beta install?

Possibly yes. Empty your cache directory (defaults to temporary directory).

> Do you think I should upgrade ti IMP 6.0.0RC2 before further investigating?

No, this just fixed a single unrelated issue. Though it won't hurt  
either. You might also want to upgrade Horde_Imap_Client.
Jan Schneider
The Horde Project

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