I'm using Dovecot to support IMAPS on CentOS4 on port 993. Stock RPMS, absolutely nothing special done or even anything compiled on the system. About as usual as usual usually gets. But, using KMail on my Fedora Linux laptop, I keep getting the following message: (in part) "This means that although the resource, Changing the flags of message imaps://email@example.com:993/INBOX/;UID=0,0,1866921748,1866921754,1866921769,1866921777:1866921783,1866921795,1866921800,1866921824:1866921828,1866921834 failed., was able to be opened, an error occurred while writing to the resource. Changing the flags of message imaps://firstname.lastname@example.org:993/INBOX/;UID=0,1866921748,1866921754,1866921769,1866921777:1866921783,1866921795,1866921800,1866921824:1866921828,1866921834 failed." It happens whever I mark a message as "read" and then resynch up with imap. I can *delete* messages just fine, I just can't change the flags on a message. I've scanned thru the /var/log/maillog, /var/log/secure, /var/log/messages and found nothing out of the ordinary. I've checked the permissions of the /var/spool/mail/myaccount and /home/myaccount/Mail folders - both are fine. I have another, almost identically configured mail server that is not having the same issue. I've tried refreshing my cache, and rebuilding indexes in my email program. I'm stumped. Any idea where to go next for this? -Ben -- -- Only those who reach toward a goal are likely to achieve it. -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.