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    Default Evolution mail client (IMAP): trash and junk folder shown twice

    Not sure if the question below is Zimbra related, but I couldn't find anything in the Evolution bugtracker, so I give it a shot here 1st.

    I use Evolution 2.8.1, coming standard with the Ubuntu 6.10 WS install. I have Zimbra 4.0.4 OS working on a clean Ubuntu 6.10 server version. I connect with IMAP and I get two trash and junk folders as can be seen in the first picture attached. What strikes me also is the different icons: 1 container seems to be a system folder, the other a regular map. Using e.g. Thunderbird, I don't get these double containers, see second attachment.

    Any idea's?
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    Default same here

    I have the same issue - did you ever get it resolved?

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    Default Still a problem...

    Even though I _really_ like Evolution (always have, even since the Ximian days), I'm going to switch to Thunderbird because of this.

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    I did indeed switch to Thunderbird because of this, but it you really want to run Evolution, and avoid the duplicate folders thing, you can tick the option for "only show subscribed folders," and then don't subscribe to the server's Junk and Trash folders. (And, yes, even though you'd think they'd be separate, Evo confuses them, which is why this is an issue.) Anyway, that thought finally occurred to me, and it works nicely.

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