Since updating TB to 115.8 I have been getting this "unable to write email to the mailbox" error on one specific POP3 account. The account starts the download process, ru… (les mer)
Since updating TB to 115.8 I have been getting this "unable to write email to the mailbox" error on one specific POP3 account. The account starts the download process, runs through perhaps a dozen or so mails, before getting stuck on (by the looks of the status bar) one particular email being filtered into a folder) and then crashing out. I have tried thus far, by means of elimination
1: Only one specific POP3 account is affected, others using the same domain are fine.
2: Plenty of spare space on the HDD, no permission issues
3: Copied the mailbox store to a new location and updated TB to use that location - no change.
4: Repaired the inbox and a few sample subfolders.
5: Created subfolders of a few sample folders with no emails in, and amended filters accordingly - so new mails are being filtered to a virgin file.
6: Disabled all filters, created a new blank inbox subfolder and directed everything in the download, into that - same problem.
I'm confident that all file permission, storage space & corrupt mailbox possibilities, have been eliminated and this is a TB bug. Some further observations...
I access the affected mailbox via IMAP from a mobile device, before treating TB (using POP3) as the master storage. TB then has a rolling 90day delete as part of the POP3 config, so it should only download anything new since the last synch, but maintain a 90day history. All synch attempts now, are downloading mails from mid-November and thus creating duplicates - I have manually logged into the domain mailbox and intentionally deleted the oldest 50 mails, as a test. All that happens is that the problem is shifted 50 mails up the list.. TB seems to have forgotten what is actually a new mail.
If I was able to revert TB to the previous version, I would - and am still tempted to research the mechanics of doing this.