Quote:> I have Pine configured to access multiple incoming mail folders on my
> IMAP server. Being the system manager of the IMAP server (<grin>), I can
> review the connection logs. I notice that Pine seems to be establishing
> a new connection (including login) each time I move between folders.
> Is there a way to cut-down on this, so that Pine logs in only once and
> uses the same connection regardless of which folder I'm looking at?
> The current method seems like something of a network waste.
Pine will keep the connection to your INBOX open, but does try to
limit the number of additional connections by reusing an already open
stream for other folders. If Pine doesn't think it has an available
stream to the next folder to open, it will close the current
connection and open a new one. You might check the .pine-debug file
to see if it gives any clues...
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