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The correct way would just be to delete the IMAP account, restart Evolution, and re-add the IMAP account.
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However, Postbox will not download the message bodies (the message content) until you click and/or view a message.
This approach allows you to receive and review the message list without first having to wait for the message bodies to download, and this is how most email clients work.
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Upgrading to Outlook 2016 from Outlook 2013 is easy and you’d probably need very little time to adjust yourself to it.
The indexer will step through each folder to download headers and message bodies, and will then index them to make searches fast and accurate.
Thus, the easiest way to ensure that Postbox is in sync with your mail servers is to simply leave Postbox running during meetings, lunch, or overnight.
Postbox will check for new messages within the Inbox only.OK, I deleted the following files in evolution/mail/imap/accountname/folders/*/ *. Thanks On Mon, 2012-07-02 at -0400, Adam Tauno Williams wrote: I use IMAP with evolution and need to free local disk space ( .evolution is getting too large). Just make sure evolution is actually stopped [no evolution processes running] and delete the contents of the cache folder. The problem is the folders in .evolution/mail/imap for each account. I'd like to keep my account settings and only purge the local email copies, and have it download headers again.[Other things I have: I did not include above to justify the “minimal” :)] Things work perfectly as you would expect them.One thing to note is that the full headers will still contain the hostname of the computer you send messages from.