[horde] Active Sync and local client?
ledoktre at meanie.us
Tue Oct 21 23:30:52 UTC 2014
Thanks for the reply. I thought about that — and I’ve got a little bit more info there.
When I use just IMAP, on this client, that is exactly the behaviour. When I close the client, it expunges. I can see this in Imp. Now you see me now you don’t type thing. I’ve tried exiting the client, and for AS it doesn’t seem to affect it?
Also, I did check on the client and disabled ‘store deleted messages on server’ to see if that might help. No change. I usually shut my computer down each night when I leave the office, and I notice I’ve got messages still on the phone that were removed from the desktop a week+ ago.
> On Oct 21, 2014, at 6:27 PM, Michael J Rubinsky <mrubinsk at horde.org> wrote:
> The most likely scenario is that the client is not expunging the message, just flagging it as deleted. EAS does not support / understand the deleted flag.
> Sent from mobile
> From: Tim Streit <ledoktre at meanie.us>
> Sent: Oct 21, 2014 6:30 PM
> To: horde at lists.horde.org
> Subject: [horde] Active Sync and local client?
>> I’m testing out Active Sync to see how it works before worrying about licensing it, and I’ve come across one thing. It seems like if I delete a message on an IMAP client (in this case Apple Mail.app), it remains on the phone (which is iOS 8.0). No matter what I do - exit Mail, etc, the mail remains on the phone. The only way to make it go away is to delete it on the phone too.
>> When done through IMAP, everything syncs - no matter if you delete on the desktop or on the phone.
>> Anyone ran into this before?
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