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    [QUOTE=icedivr]Exchange is Microsoft's groupware / messaging package. Despised by free software types, loved by executives

    WeeBit - Exchange supports IMAP and the IDLE command. If you have another means of syncing contacts and calendar, your hosted Exchange solution should be able to fit the bill without Goodlink. I have Exchange 2003 w/ Outlook 2003 and email usually lands on my phone before it shows up in my Outlook. Combine Chatter with IMAP over SSL and you've got a pretty sweet solution.
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    icedivr - how do you get your replied/forwarded flags to work using Chatter and Exchange 2003? If I reply from Chatter, it only shows replied on the Chatter copy of the email, not the Outlook version (and vice versa). I had heard that there was an IMAP incompatibility with Exchange 2003, but I don't know if it's true. I would LOVE to find out that there is a solution to this mind-numbing problem ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by masseyc_99
    icedivr - how do you get your replied/forwarded flags to work using Chatter and Exchange 2003? If I reply from Chatter, it only shows replied on the Chatter copy of the email, not the Outlook version (and vice versa). I had heard that there was an IMAP incompatibility with Exchange 2003, but I don't know if it's true. I would LOVE to find out that there is a solution to this mind-numbing problem ...
    That is one thing I haven't found a solution to. I think in another thread Marc stated that there was no facility within the IMAP protocol to identify a message as read or replied to.

    As a matter of fact, it's one of the only annoyances I have with Chatter - when I'm working at my desktop and Chatter is running, it will chirp every time I reply to or forward an email. I assume it is synching a change in the message status, even though no visible changes are made.
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    No, that's not what's happening at all. What's happening is that MS Exchange Server 2003 is a piece of crap, and actually CREATES a new message when a message is modified. This message then replaces the old one. It's one of two HORRIFIC problems with that server.

    Marc
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    Quote Originally Posted by mblank
    No, that's not what's happening at all. What's happening is that MS Exchange Server 2003 is a piece of crap, and actually CREATES a new message when a message is modified. This message then replaces the old one. It's one of two HORRIFIC problems with that server.

    Marc
    wow, I don't have that problem at all ... that seems very weird.
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    masseyc_99: BTW, I've paid for support from MS regarding the "flags" issue that we've discussed. I'll let you know what I find.

    Marc
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    Quote Originally Posted by 100thMonkey
    Now, I have fastmail and Chatter email...is there a way to set up the "sent items" "trash" and "drafts" folders

    these are the directions from Fastmail

    "Server: mail.messagingengine.com
    Port: 143 (or SSL IMAP port 993)
    Username: your FastMail.FM username/login name/email address (must include @fastmail.fm part)
    Password: your FastMail.FM password
    Root folder/path: inbox
    Folder separator: . (fullstop)
    Outgoing mail server and port

    ...SMTP...

    Username: your FastMail.FM username/login name/email address (must include @fastmail.fm part)
    Password: your FastMail.FM password
    If your IMAP client supports it, you should try and set up the following folders

    Trash
    Sent Items
    Drafts "

    and I tried to get the chatteremail to sync with the other folders besides inbox. I keep getting "badfolder"

    anybody have advice or suggestions how I need to edit those other folders?

    I tried these directions from fastmail, but it no worky
    Dunno if you ever solved this problem... but I just installed Chatter for the first time, and while trying to set up those folders found that you have to use Inbox.Trash and Inbox.Sent Items as the Complete Folder Name. I was only able to create two mailboxes; when I tried to create a third, I got a database error. Chatter preinstalled a mailbox called TreoSent, but I'm not sure if that syncs up with a server folder, and I wasn't able to edit it either.
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    #47  
    The inbox.folder name thing is central to every IMAP protocol (Microsoft Outlook too) so that's not different in Chatter.

    Check out the Chatter Email thread here at TC for specifics of the latest versions 15.X. I use Chatter and I think in the Mailbox setup you should use the Reload Mail Folders buttons to load your folders automatically on Chatter. I think the TreoSent folder uploads to your Server and you create a Sent.Items folder if you want to view those messages on the Server.


    Quote Originally Posted by procure
    Dunno if you ever solved this problem... but I just installed Chatter for the first time, and while trying to set up those folders found that you have to use Inbox.Trash and Inbox.Sent Items as the Complete Folder Name. I was only able to create two mailboxes; when I tried to create a third, I got a database error. Chatter preinstalled a mailbox called TreoSent, but I'm not sure if that syncs up with a server folder, and I wasn't able to edit it either.
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    Actually, the TreoSent folder DOES NOT upload anywhere (unless it's not working properly; if it IS uploading, I'd suggest reinstalling Chatter Email from scratch and rebuilding the folders); it is a LOCAL store of sent messages. Mail from any SMTP Profile can be uploaded to any folder on your server server using the appropriate option in the "Other" screen of "Edit Mailbox". If you want to have that folder on your Treo, you can create a Chatter folder the same way you would create any other folder.

    Marc
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    Quote Originally Posted by puyi
    The inbox.folder name thing is central to every IMAP protocol (Microsoft Outlook too) so that's not different in Chatter.

    Check out the Chatter Email thread here at TC for specifics of the latest versions 15.X. I use Chatter and I think in the Mailbox setup you should use the Reload Mail Folders buttons to load your folders automatically on Chatter. I think the TreoSent folder uploads to your Server and you create a Sent.Items folder if you want to view those messages on the Server.
    I've tried the Reload Folders button several times, but the only folder that ever shows up is INBOX. Anyone else get this to work with Fastmail?
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    The first time I used Chatter I thought I had access to the INBOX only also. Quite by accident I right clicked INBOX (in browser view) and it expanded to reveal all the child folders.

    [QUOTE=procure]I've tried the Reload Folders button several times, but the only folder that ever shows up is INBOX. AnyoneH
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    That's right; you need to use the left and right arrows to expand/collapse folders in the browser.

    Marc
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    #52  
    Quote Originally Posted by puyi
    The first time I used Chatter I thought I had access to the INBOX only also. Quite by accident I right clicked INBOX (in browser view) and it expanded to reveal all the child folders.
    Thanks!
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    I'm using fusemail and chatter and can't seem to get the messages held in fusemail to sync. Admittedly, I am very new at this and this is probably pilot error. I have checked the sync box in chatter, but when I access fusemail via PC, deleted messages (messages that i have deleted from the phone) remain in the inbox, etc. This is undoubtedly a fusemail issue and not necessarily chatter, but can anyone shed some light for me?
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    bigboy - Are they remaining there, but deleted? In IMAP terms, a deleted message is simply marked for deletion (often seen with a red X or a line through it). To REALLY delete them requires an "Expunge" (chatter has an Expunge command for this purpose).

    If you still can't get it to work, maybe make me a log (instructions in a sticky thread in this forum) and I'll see what's up.

    Marc
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    Quote Originally Posted by mblank
    masseyc_99: BTW, I've paid for support from MS regarding the "flags" issue that we've discussed. I'll let you know what I find.

    Marc
    Marc - I know that it's been awhile ... did you ever get a final answer/fix to the problem with the reply/forward flags with respect to the Exchange 2003 vs. IMAP issues?

    I emailed you a few days ago, but I thought I would pester you here, too ...
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    Is there any way to do this from Mailbox view or must one always do Edit Mailbox-->Reload Folder (if necessary)-->drop down menu?

    Quote Originally Posted by mblank
    That's right; you need to use the left and right arrows to expand/collapse folders in the browser.

    Marc
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    bump.. which imap service is best
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    Of all the posts I've read here, by far the most popular two are Fastmail.fm and Everyone.net. Of late, it seems that Fastmail has not been very dependable. I have yet to read anything negative about Everyone.net. Personally, I was || this close to going with Everyone.net but found that my unified messenging provider (uReach.com) offers IMAP as part of their uConnect package. YMMV

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