Non-existent subscribed folders show in the folder list
|Reported by:||leetncamp||Owned by:|
|Severity:||normal||Keywords:||subscribed folder problem|
I run RoundCube with apache2 and courierimap on debian linux with users that have shell access to their Maildir account. We've had users rename a mailbox at the unix prompt. This creates the situation where the subscribed folder list, ~/Maildir/courierimapsubscribed , contains the name of a folder that no longer exists.
Thunderbird, Horde, and Apple Mail remove folders in the subscribed folders list that don't actually exist. Roundcube actually displays these "ghost" folders.
Of course, this isn't a bug, but it would be nice if RoundCube could follow the conventions of not displaying folders that don't exist.