Default folder protection prevents users from subscribing to default folders
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There is no way for users to subscribe to default folders. If for whatever reason a default folder is unsubscribed from (via another mail client, or by editing the subscriptions file), the only way to subscribe to it again via Roundcube (using Trash as an exmaple) is:
Go into Special Folders and set another subscribed folder as Trash
Go into Folders and subscribe to the original Trash folder
Go back into Special Folders and set Trash back to the original folder.
Even setting create_default_folders doesn't seem to help, as it only creates and subscribes to folders if they don't exist; it takes no action if they exist but aren't subscribed to.
I'm not sure if Roundcube should just automatically subscribe to default folders if they exist, or if we need another setting (subscribe_default_folders perhaps) to control this behavior.
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comment:6 Changed 3 years ago by thomasb
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