Bug in Interlink? Re: folder defined for incoming messages

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Bug in Interlink? Re: folder defined for incoming messages

Unread post by Geoff » 2020-12-31, 19:50

I think I may have found a bug in Interlink.

I have set a custom folder as the destination folder for all incoming mail for one of my accounts (I set it with the option "Keep message archives in:").
Yet, when the mail of that account comes in, the incoming messages are placed into Inbox, not into the custom sub-folder of Inbox that I created and selected as the destination.

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Re: Bug in Interlink? Re: folder defined for incoming messages

Unread post by Moonchild » 2020-12-31, 21:01

Please read. It says message archives.
So it will be placed there when you archive the messages.
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Re: Bug in Interlink? Re: folder defined for incoming messages

Unread post by Geoff » 2020-12-31, 21:21

Moonchild wrote:
2020-12-31, 21:01
Please read. It says message archives.
So it will be placed there when you archive the messages.
I see. So, from where do I define the folder for incoming email?

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Re: Bug in Interlink? Re: folder defined for incoming messages

Unread post by Moonchild » 2020-12-31, 22:50

Account settings -> {account} -> Server settings -> Local directory

That determines where local mail for that particular account is being stored.
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