Another quirk I've noticed... When I use binc 1.2.12, in mutt I can
tab-complete folder names, but under 1.3.4 I can't. When mutt attempts a
tab-completion, it sends an LSUB. For example, when tab-completing
=Su<tab> (I have a folder in my INBOX called "Subscribed"), under
1.2.12, the conversation looks like this:
> a0024 LSUB "" "INBOX/Su%"
< a0024 OK LSUB completed
I checked out the .subscribed file in my IMAPdir, which seems to be
empty. I tried copying my .bincimap-subscribed file (from 1.2.12) over
it, but that didn't help. I also tried using Mozilla Thunderbird to
subscribe all of my folders, but that only made it so that Thunderbird
thought there were bizarrely named folders everywhere (for example, it
saw a top-level folder named .Subscribed). Does anyone have any idea
what the problem here might be? Is Binc 1.3.4's subscribed folder
support completely broken, or am I using it wrong?
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