[MlMt] Gmail source is unavailable

Adam Liter adam.liter at gmail.com
Thu May 12 10:54:49 EDT 2016

After taking Steve's advice to explicitly specify port 993, I am unable
to reproduce the error. If I go back to *not* overtly specifying a port,
everything seems to work fine, even without updating to the release that
you mentioned in this email, Benny.
On Wed, May 11, 2016, at 04:08, Benny Kjær Nielsen wrote:
> On 9 May 2016, at 21:10, Adam Liter wrote:
>> ...
>> Nonetheless, MailMate on my (other) desktop computer with my Gmail
>> account still works just fine. It's just MailMate on my laptop, and
>> this has only been a problem since connecting to that wifi network at
>> the hotel that I was at.
>> ...
>> Does anybody have any ideas about what might be going on? This only
>> seems to be a problem with Gmail. A different IMAP account is working
>> with MailMate on my laptop.
> Sounds like it's a MailMate bug. I suspect it might be related to the
> OAuth2 authentication used for Gmail accounts, but that's just a wild
> guess. Two things to try:

>  * Try this release[1] of MailMate. I changed a few things regarding
>    OAuth2 authentication. This is just in case it makes a difference.
>  * Open the Activity Viewer (⌥⌘0), take the account offline/online,
>    wait for it to go unavailable, and then use “Help ▸ Send Server
>    Logs”. I'll review the logs.
> Sorry about the late response!
> --
>  Benny
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  1. https://updates.mailmate-app.com/archives/MailMate_r5244.tbz
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