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Last active 3 months ago

#266 write tcp> write: broken pipe 24 days ago

Comment by ~alexwennerberg on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

I've encountered this error as well. It tends to happen on a shorter timespan than days though, several hours of inactivity perhaps. I'm connected to both Gmail and Fastmail.

#269 EOF Error 24 days ago

bug added by ~alexwennerberg on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

#269 EOF Error 29 days ago

Comment by ~alexwennerberg on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

I'm working on trying to get more details on this issue -- it seems as though the email still sends but it isn't copied to my sent folder

#269 EOF Error a month ago

Ticket created by ~alexwennerberg on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

Sometimes when I send emails, I get an error that just says EOF, and I'm not sure what seems to be causing it. I tried a number of things to reproduce it, including:

  • Adding a new line at the end of an email
  • Not adding a new line at the end of an email
  • Writing a long email
  • Starting an email and waiting a long time to send it

It seems to occur randomly, and I'm not able to discern any pattern. It's also not clear whether emails are still sent when I get this error. My friend reported receiving duplicate emails as I rewrote and re-sent an email, but I'm not sure if this has occurred every time. No email is saved to my Sent folder. I would estimate this occurs for 5 to 10 percent of my emails.

This is with Fastmail, but I believe I have also observed it on Gmail. I'm using the most recent commit on Master on Debian 10. I am sorry for not having more details.

#259 Enable common ctrl inputs in command line a month ago

Comment by ~alexwennerberg on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

If you edit your $HOME/.config/aerc/binds.conf file, you should be able to modify these keybindings. Does that solve your problem?

#239 Crash when deleting many messages a month ago

Comment by ~alexwennerberg on ~sircmpwn/aerc2

I'm encountering this issue as well, also only on Gmail/G Suite

#1 something 3 months ago

Ticket created by ~alexwennerberg on ~alexwennerberg/test-tracker

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