Re: fedora 14 and evolution

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On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 20:50:18 +0000,
  "Amadeus W.M." <[email protected]> wrote:
> Just one thing though. I kept my home and data directories upon install, 
> hence all dot files, and I was expecting evolution to pick up my existing 
> configuration, which has many folders and rules that sort the incoming 
> mail by sender. No such luck though. I also restored evolution from a 
> backup file and still my old folders in evolution do not show up. Just 
> the standard Inbox, Drafts, Junk, etc. I would hate to have to re-create 
> all the folders and rules. Is there any trick, some config files that I 
> can restore manually somehow? 

My first thought would be that the name of the config file (or dir) changed.
Look at the dot files and see if some new ones were created when you ran
evolution after the update. If so, you might just be able to rename the
old one.
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