[horde] KitKat email clients with Horde
Michael J Rubinsky
mrubinsk at horde.org
Thu Sep 4 21:33:28 UTC 2014
Quoting Volker Then <horde40 at volkerthen.com>:
> Zitat von Volker Then <horde40 at volkerthen.com>:
>> Zitat von Volker Then <horde40 at volkerthen.com>:
>> Nine Android ActiveSync client update, version 1.4.2: All user
>> defined flags ("categories") are synchronized and show up on each
>> email that has such a flag. The client even shows my configured
>> vacation messages from ingo, but it doesn't show the correct start
>> and end dates. Setting up a vacation message seems to work, when no
>> start and end dates are given.
> This seems to be contradictory to what is said on
>> The only flags supported by ActiveSync are the seen and flagged for
>> follow up flags.
> Other flags I see supported are the replied to and forwarded flag.
The replied to and forwarded flags are not synchronized via the EAS
protocol as "flags", per se.. What you are seeing is a combination of
The POOMMAIL2_LASTVERBEXECUTED property contains information on the
last action that may have been performed on an email. It does not have
to be displayed in the UI as a flag-like item. In fact, some clients
show it as text: "You forwarded this message to bob at example.com on
In addition, when an email is replied to or forwarded using a SMART
request, Horde is smart enough to know that it should set an
appropriate IMAP flag. If a SMART request is not done, these IMAP
flags are not guaranteed to be set correctly on the Horde side (though
the client may still show it as replied/forwarded since it is the
client that performed the action).
As far as the categories go, they are not technically flags. They are
exactly what they say: Categories. Since Horde isn't Exchange, we
handle the Categories the best we can and display them as custom IMAP
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