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Old 02-10-2009, 04:43 AM   #1
kchakrak
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I have Egroupware running on a Postfix > Dovecot scenario with Maildir as my mailbox format. OS = Ubuntu 8.04 LTS Server with Gnome-core GUI.

In Egroupware under my manage folders tab I can see all of my subfolders, and in my preferances I can choose to save Trash in the 'trash' folder (same for sent), but when I go into the main mail screen none of the sub folders appear. Has anyone come accross this problem before? any help appreciated.
 
  


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