[horde] ActiveSync client displays messages that were deleted in IMAP

Michael J Rubinsky mrubinsk at horde.org
Sat Aug 18 17:57:17 UTC 2018

Quoting Kevin <kevo at gatorgraphics.com>:

>> On Aug 18, 2018, at 12:40 PM, Michael J Rubinsky <mrubinsk at horde.org> wrote:
>> ActiveSync doesn't have a notion of a "Spam" folder, so it's up to  
>> the client to decide what to do. IIRC, iOS will only recognize the  
>> name "Junk" (Though I thought it was "Junk Email").
>> It's not ActiveSync that's changing the name, it's IMP. When you  
>> set the preference to use a folder as Spam, it changes the label of  
>> that folder to be "Spam". When ActiveSync builds it's folder list,  
>> it gets the list of mailboxes from IMP's API - which uses the label  
>> names. We do this to have consistency between the names that a user  
>> sees in IMP and the folder names that are shown in the ActiveSync  
>> client.
> Any chance that could be a setting that can be turned off. As it is  
> now we can't use the Spam folder in IMP without messing up the Junk  
> function on the phone.

See backends.php, the "special_mboxes" settings.

> - Kevin
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