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Daniel Santos
Hello,

I have installed the GNUStep ecosystem on a raspberry pi running Raspbian 8. I wanted to run GNUMail.app and access my gmail account thorough IMAP.

I configured all the settings, but the console window kept telling me that the ser ver imap.gmail.com closed the connection.

I double checked the settings and I think I have everything correct (SSL on receive, TLS on send). Password was a copy paste from my password manager.

I wanted to get the source code for the latest version (I have 1.2.0~pre3+snap20071004-5+b2) but the gna site is unreachable. How do I get the source code ?

Help !

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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Bertrand Dekoninck
Le 03/12/2017 23:08, Daniel Santos a écrit :

> Hello,
>
> I have installed the GNUStep ecosystem on a raspberry pi running
> Raspbian 8. I wanted to run GNUMail.app and access my gmail account
> thorough IMAP.
>
> I configured all the settings, but the console window kept telling me
> that the ser ver imap.gmail.com <http://imap.gmail.com> closed the
> connection.
>
> I double checked the settings and I think I have everything correct (SSL
> on receive, TLS on send). Password was a copy paste from my password
> manager.
>
> I wanted to get the source code for the latest version (I have
> 1.2.0~pre3+snap20071004-5+b2) but the gna site is unreachable. How do I
> get the source code ?
>
> Help !
>
>
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You will find the source code here :
https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/gnustep-nonfsf
and the latest 1.3 release here :
http://www.nongnu.org/gnustep-nonfsf/gnumail/index.html


I remember having some pain to configure GNUMail with gmail.

Here is my receive settings :

Server : IMAP
Server name : imap.googlemail.com
Server port : 993
Login : [hidden email]
Memorize Password
Use secure connection : SSL

I don't use gmail on send.

Bertrand




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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Liam Proven
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On 3 December 2017 at 23:08, Daniel Santos <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I configured all the settings, but the console window kept telling me that
> the ser ver imap.gmail.com closed the connection.

You must configure the Gmail account to make its mail available via
IMAP. Also, you may need to tick the box that allows "less secure
clients". (Amusingly, this includes collection from a different Gmail
account over POP3!)

Check with a different client to ensure it's not a server-side problem.

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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Ivan Vučica-2
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On 3 December 2017 at 22:08:35, Daniel Santos ([hidden email]) wrote:
I wanted to get the source code for the latest version (I have 1.2.0~pre3+snap20071004-5+b2) but the gna site is unreachable. How do I get the source code ?

Yeah, something seemingly released in October 2007 would be rather old.

Try http://www.nongnu.org/gnustep-nonfsf/gnumail/index.html for the latest release, and the gnustep-nonfsf project page on Savannah for the absolutely latest source code: http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/gnustep-nonfsf/ (committed as recently as 2 wk ago: http://svn.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/gnustep-nonfsf/).


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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Riccardo Mottola-5
Hi,

Ivan Vučica wrote:
>
> Yeah, something seemingly released in October 2007 would be rather old.
>
> Try http://www.nongnu.org/gnustep-nonfsf/gnumail/index.html for the
> latest release, and the gnustep-nonfsf project page on Savannah for
> the absolutely latest source code:
> http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/gnustep-nonfsf/ (committed as
> recently as 2 wk ago: http://svn.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/gnustep-nonfsf/).
>

absolutely, GNA went down, so "gnustep-nonfsf" had to be migrated as
gnustep itself. We migrated it.
Having latest source is important. You might try release or SVN.
Be sure to get both Pantomime and GNUMail !

I can't guarantee GNUMail will work with gmail, but it should at least
connect, since other people were able to use it.
A typical issue is the huge number of mails in a single mailbox that may
cause issues.

Riccardo

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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Daniel Santos
I built the app from source (downloaded  from http://mirrors.up.pt/pub/nongnu/gnustep-nonfsf/GNUMail-1.2.3.tar.gz).
Configured the gmail IMAP account, and it connects. There is a problem though, the message headers, the mailbox names and the messages in the console appear with no text, but selectable. I have to click the items to see them.
Is this a known problem ?

On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 6:40 PM, Riccardo Mottola <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi,

Ivan Vučica wrote:

Yeah, something seemingly released in October 2007 would be rather old.

Try http://www.nongnu.org/gnustep-nonfsf/gnumail/index.html for the latest release, and the gnustep-nonfsf project page on Savannah for the absolutely latest source code: http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/gnustep-nonfsf/ (committed as recently as 2 wk ago: http://svn.savannah.gnu.org/viewvc/gnustep-nonfsf/).


absolutely, GNA went down, so "gnustep-nonfsf" had to be migrated as gnustep itself. We migrated it.
Having latest source is important. You might try release or SVN.
Be sure to get both Pantomime and GNUMail !

I can't guarantee GNUMail will work with gmail, but it should at least connect, since other people were able to use it.
A typical issue is the huge number of mails in a single mailbox that may cause issues.

Riccardo


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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Riccardo Mottola-5
Him

Daniel Santos wrote:
> I built the app from source (downloaded  from
> http://mirrors.up.pt/pub/nongnu/gnustep-nonfsf/GNUMail-1.2.3.tar.gz).
> Configured the gmail IMAP account, and it connects. There is a problem
> though, the message headers, the mailbox names and the messages in the
> console appear with no text, but selectable. I have to click the items
> to see them.
> Is this a known problem ?
>

no that is very strange. Do other applications display fonts correctly?
I don't understand why there would be issues only with GNUMail.

It may happen that one or the other message header or sender does not
display because of character encoding, but not waht you describe.

Are there any special logs in the console when you launch it?

Riccardo

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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Daniel Santos
The problem occurs on several areas of the app. The console log (I have to click or press the arrow keys to see the log entries). Browsing the mailboxes folder list. I have to click on the lines to see the icon and the name of each mailbox. Sometimes while doing this the app crashes. The message list in an account window. I can send you Screen shots if it helps.

I have only tried with an IMAP account

On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 3:20 PM, Riccardo Mottola <[hidden email]> wrote:
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Daniel Santos wrote:
I built the app from source (downloaded  from http://mirrors.up.pt/pub/nongnu/gnustep-nonfsf/GNUMail-1.2.3.tar.gz).
Configured the gmail IMAP account, and it connects. There is a problem though, the message headers, the mailbox names and the messages in the console appear with no text, but selectable. I have to click the items to see them.
Is this a known problem ?


no that is very strange. Do other applications display fonts correctly?
I don't understand why there would be issues only with GNUMail.

It may happen that one or the other message header or sender does not display because of character encoding, but not waht you describe.

Are there any special logs in the console when you launch it?

Riccardo


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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Daniel Santos
BTW all this happened on a raspberry pi 3 running a debian flavor (retro pi)

On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 3:58 PM, Daniel Santos <[hidden email]> wrote:
The problem occurs on several areas of the app. The console log (I have to click or press the arrow keys to see the log entries). Browsing the mailboxes folder list. I have to click on the lines to see the icon and the name of each mailbox. Sometimes while doing this the app crashes. The message list in an account window. I can send you Screen shots if it helps.

I have only tried with an IMAP account

On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 3:20 PM, Riccardo Mottola <[hidden email]> wrote:
Him

Daniel Santos wrote:
I built the app from source (downloaded  from http://mirrors.up.pt/pub/nongnu/gnustep-nonfsf/GNUMail-1.2.3.tar.gz).
Configured the gmail IMAP account, and it connects. There is a problem though, the message headers, the mailbox names and the messages in the console appear with no text, but selectable. I have to click the items to see them.
Is this a known problem ?


no that is very strange. Do other applications display fonts correctly?
I don't understand why there would be issues only with GNUMail.

It may happen that one or the other message header or sender does not display because of character encoding, but not waht you describe.

Are there any special logs in the console when you launch it?

Riccardo



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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Daniel Santos
Attached is a screen shot of the desktop. Notice the GNUMail app. Only the first mail header is showing the date and from columns.

On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 4:52 PM, Daniel Santos <[hidden email]> wrote:
BTW all this happened on a raspberry pi 3 running a debian flavor (retro pi)

On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 3:58 PM, Daniel Santos <[hidden email]> wrote:
The problem occurs on several areas of the app. The console log (I have to click or press the arrow keys to see the log entries). Browsing the mailboxes folder list. I have to click on the lines to see the icon and the name of each mailbox. Sometimes while doing this the app crashes. The message list in an account window. I can send you Screen shots if it helps.

I have only tried with an IMAP account

On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 3:20 PM, Riccardo Mottola <[hidden email]> wrote:
Him

Daniel Santos wrote:
I built the app from source (downloaded  from http://mirrors.up.pt/pub/nongnu/gnustep-nonfsf/GNUMail-1.2.3.tar.gz).
Configured the gmail IMAP account, and it connects. There is a problem though, the message headers, the mailbox names and the messages in the console appear with no text, but selectable. I have to click the items to see them.
Is this a known problem ?


no that is very strange. Do other applications display fonts correctly?
I don't understand why there would be issues only with GNUMail.

It may happen that one or the other message header or sender does not display because of character encoding, but not waht you describe.

Are there any special logs in the console when you launch it?

Riccardo




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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Riccardo Mottola-5
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Hi,

On 2017-12-11 16:58:29 +0100 Daniel Santos <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> The problem occurs on several areas of the app. The console log (I
> have to
> click or press the arrow keys to see the log entries). Browsing the
> mailboxes folder list. I have to click on the lines to see the icon
> and the
> name of each mailbox. Sometimes while doing this the app crashes. The
> message list in an account window. I can send you Screen shots if it
> helps.


to me it sounds you have some backend issues.
- Do other application run fine, is it GNUMail specific?
- are you sure base/gui/back libraries are consistent? E.g. all from
releases or all from git. Try not to have several copies around them
- if you compile back yourself, you could attempt testing art and xlib
backends (e.g. --enable-graphics=xlib) and see if the problem persists
- if you have a Mac (anything from 10.3 up should work) you can try
running it on Mac with the same settings. Binaries for PPC and Intel
are provided


Just a proof I am typing this reply on GNUMail running on Linux/i386
I haven't checked ARM lately, I have a raspberry, I will check.

Riccardo


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Riccardo Mottola-5
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Hi Daniel,

Daniel Santos wrote:
> Attached is a screen shot of the desktop. Notice the GNUMail app. Only
> the first mail header is showing the date and from columns.
>

at a first glance, I would say it is not a GNUMail problem, but
something with your gnustep gui, as I supposed earlier.. I have never
seen something like this.

I have no direct suggestion except the tests I already suggested to you
to pinpoint the root cause. Be sure your setup is clean.

Linux x86 and NetBSD x86 display gnumail and all apps with no regression
bugs.

I also tested on my Raspberry PI with NetBSD and GNUMail displays just
fine! So no particular ARM issues.
I am using gcc and its runtime though on it. What are you using? which
compiler? runtime?

Riccardo



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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Daniel Santos
My distribution is raspbian (from retropie project)
The versions of the software are (from the package manager):
    - gnustep                            7.8
    - gnustep-back-common                0.24.0-4
    - gnustep-back0.24                    0.24.0-4
    - gnustep-back0.24-cairo                0.24.0-4
    - gnustep-base-common                1.24.7-1
    - gnustep-base-runtime                1.24.7-1
    - gnustep-common                    2.6.6-3
    - gnustep-core-devel                    7.8
    - gnustep-core-doc                    7.8
    - gnustep-devel                        7.8
    - gnustep-gui-common                0.24.0-3
    - gnustep-gui-doc                    0.24.0-3
    - gnustep-gui-runtime                    0.24.0-3
    - gnustep-icons                        1.0-5
    - gnustep-make                        2.6.6-3
    - gnustep-make-doc                    2.6.6-3

    - gcc-4.4                            4.4.7-4
    - make                            4.0-8.1
    - libff6                            3.1-2
    - libcairo2                            1.14.0-2.1+deb8u2

I built the GNUMail version 1.2.3 from the webpage.
BTW is there a publicly available version control system with the code (readonly) ?

I will uninstall all this and try to build from source, despite the problem I found on debian 9 (intel), see my other email.

Regards

On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 3:38 PM, Riccardo Mottola <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Daniel,

Daniel Santos wrote:
Attached is a screen shot of the desktop. Notice the GNUMail app. Only the first mail header is showing the date and from columns.


at a first glance, I would say it is not a GNUMail problem, but something with your gnustep gui, as I supposed earlier.. I have never seen something like this.

I have no direct suggestion except the tests I already suggested to you to pinpoint the root cause. Be sure your setup is clean.

Linux x86 and NetBSD x86 display gnumail and all apps with no regression bugs.

I also tested on my Raspberry PI with NetBSD and GNUMail displays just fine! So no particular ARM issues.
I am using gcc and its runtime though on it. What are you using? which compiler? runtime?

Riccardo




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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Riccardo Mottola-5
Hi,

On 2017-12-14 20:33:19 +0100 Daniel Santos <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> My distribution is raspbian (from retropie project)
> The versions of the software are (from the package manager):
>     - gnustep                            7.8
>     - gnustep-back-common                0.24.0-4
>     - gnustep-back0.24                    0.24.0-4
>     - gnustep-back0.24-cairo                0.24.0-4
>     - gnustep-base-common                1.24.7-1
>     - gnustep-base-runtime                1.24.7-1
>     - gnustep-common                    2.6.6-3
>     - gnustep-core-devel                    7.8
>     - gnustep-core-doc                    7.8
>     - gnustep-devel                        7.8
>     - gnustep-gui-common                0.24.0-3
>     - gnustep-gui-doc                    0.24.0-3
>     - gnustep-gui-runtime                    0.24.0-3
>     - gnustep-icons                        1.0-5
>     - gnustep-make                        2.6.6-3
>     - gnustep-make-doc                    2.6.6-3

0.24 is a bit old, we had 0.25 for quite some time and 0.26 is now
just out (but cannot be build until we release also base.
However, I don't remember we fied such grave bugs, but maybe Fred or
Ivan may remember better. In other words, I did not make changes into
GNUMail from the times of 0.24 that should stop it working.

>
>     - gcc-4.4                            4.4.7-4
>     - make                            4.0-8.1
>     - libff6                            3.1-2
>     - libcairo2                            1.14.0-2.1+deb8u2

I think that is quite fine.

I have two ARM setups: A raspberry PI with NetBSD and a PI 3 with
Raspbian like you.
However, on both I built GNUstep from source.
On both GNUMail displays fine.


>
> I built the GNUMail version 1.2.3 from the webpage.
> BTW is there a publicly available version control system with the code
> (readonly) ?

There are only minor cosmetic fixes since 1.2.3 IIRC, however look
here:

https://savannah.nongnu.org/svn/?group=gnustep-nonfsf

You can also just checkout frameworks/pantomime and apps/gnumail


> I will uninstall all this and try to build from source, despite the
> problem
> I found on debian 9 (intel), see my other email.

As said, I can build on Rasbian from scratch gnustep with GCC without
issues.


You mentioned having a Mac, what OS? you can run gnumail on it. I can
build GNUMail on 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6. I can run it on 10.7, but
currently not build it, also I can build on 10.4 a 10.3 compatible
version, but not build on 10.3... It runs perfectly both on PPC and
Intel, so the code is reasonably portable, until it remains 32bit
only, there is esplicit a block in pantomime against 64bit I have not
investigated.


Thank for you interest

Riccardo

PS: yesterday I replied you from GNUMail on Gentoo, Today on 10.5
intel! Power of GNUMail!
I wonder, if you set it up, if you can send mails fine. I have certain
issues on GNUstep which I do not have consistent on Mac.


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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Daniel Santos
Hello,

On the raspberry pi :
I have checked out tools, base, gui and back from GitHub. Built GNUStep just fine.
Built GNUMail version 1.2.3 just fine.

The missing text elements from message headers and mailbox list problems are gone. It is displaying everything correctly.
It was probably the version of GNUStep I was using on this platform. Funny, it only happened in GNUmail AFAIK.

Thanks for your help

On 15 Dec 2017, at 21:28, Riccardo Mottola <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi,

On 2017-12-14 20:33:19 +0100 Daniel Santos <[hidden email]> wrote:

My distribution is raspbian (from retropie project)
The versions of the software are (from the package manager):
   - gnustep                            7.8
   - gnustep-back-common                0.24.0-4
   - gnustep-back0.24                    0.24.0-4
   - gnustep-back0.24-cairo                0.24.0-4
   - gnustep-base-common                1.24.7-1
   - gnustep-base-runtime                1.24.7-1
   - gnustep-common                    2.6.6-3
   - gnustep-core-devel                    7.8
   - gnustep-core-doc                    7.8
   - gnustep-devel                        7.8
   - gnustep-gui-common                0.24.0-3
   - gnustep-gui-doc                    0.24.0-3
   - gnustep-gui-runtime                    0.24.0-3
   - gnustep-icons                        1.0-5
   - gnustep-make                        2.6.6-3
   - gnustep-make-doc                    2.6.6-3

0.24 is a bit old, we had 0.25 for quite some time and 0.26 is now just out (but cannot be build until we release also base.
However, I don't remember we fied such grave bugs, but maybe Fred or Ivan may remember better. In other words, I did not make changes into GNUMail from the times of 0.24 that should stop it working.

   - gcc-4.4                            4.4.7-4
   - make                            4.0-8.1
   - libff6                            3.1-2
   - libcairo2                            1.14.0-2.1+deb8u2

I think that is quite fine.

I have two ARM setups: A raspberry PI with NetBSD and a PI 3 with Raspbian like you.
However, on both I built GNUstep from source.
On both GNUMail displays fine.


I built the GNUMail version 1.2.3 from the webpage.
BTW is there a publicly available version control system with the code
(readonly) ?

There are only minor cosmetic fixes since 1.2.3 IIRC, however look here:

https://savannah.nongnu.org/svn/?group=gnustep-nonfsf

You can also just checkout frameworks/pantomime and apps/gnumail


I will uninstall all this and try to build from source, despite the problem
I found on debian 9 (intel), see my other email.

As said, I can build on Rasbian from scratch gnustep with GCC without issues.


You mentioned having a Mac, what OS? you can run gnumail on it. I can build GNUMail on 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6. I can run it on 10.7, but currently not build it, also I can build on 10.4 a 10.3 compatible version, but not build on 10.3... It runs perfectly both on PPC and Intel, so the code is reasonably portable, until it remains 32bit only, there is esplicit a block in pantomime against 64bit I have not investigated.


Thank for you interest

Riccardo

PS: yesterday I replied you from GNUMail on Gentoo, Today on 10.5 intel! Power of GNUMail!
I wonder, if you set it up, if you can send mails fine. I have certain issues on GNUstep which I do not have consistent on Mac.


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Riccardo Mottola-5
Hi Daniel,

Daniel Santos wrote:
> I have checked out tools, base, gui and back from GitHub. Built
> GNUStep just fine.
> Built GNUMail version 1.2.3 just fine.

Very well. SInce it works on my Raspberries, it would have been really
strange.

>
> The missing text elements from message headers and mailbox list
> problems are gone. It is displaying everything correctly.
> It was probably the version of GNUStep I was using on this platform.
> Funny, it only happened in GNUmail AFAIK.

I think it was some kind of bad interaction. Best would be to ask
Raspbian to update their packages (but most probably they come from debian)

Did you get SVN of GNUMail and Pantomime? I fyou want it contains minor
fixes and I am adding some cleanp these days and want to continue till
January during Christmas holidays.

Riccardo

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Re: GNUMail app and gmail

Daniel Santos
Hi,

All of gnustep, address book and pantomime was built from svn, only gnumail was built from 1.2.3

Cheers


> On 18 Dec 2017, at 14:12, Riccardo Mottola <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hi Daniel,
>
> Daniel Santos wrote:
>> I have checked out tools, base, gui and back from GitHub. Built GNUStep just fine.
>> Built GNUMail version 1.2.3 just fine.
>
> Very well. SInce it works on my Raspberries, it would have been really strange.
>
>>
>> The missing text elements from message headers and mailbox list problems are gone. It is displaying everything correctly.
>> It was probably the version of GNUStep I was using on this platform. Funny, it only happened in GNUmail AFAIK.
>
> I think it was some kind of bad interaction. Best would be to ask Raspbian to update their packages (but most probably they come from debian)
>
> Did you get SVN of GNUMail and Pantomime? I fyou want it contains minor fixes and I am adding some cleanp these days and want to continue till January during Christmas holidays.
>
> Riccardo


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