Could it be that all of this problem is related to the linux kernel version because I notice that theB Dewi 321 wrote: ↑Fri May 01, 2020 9:29 amjust for info :AndyMH wrote: ↑Fri May 01, 2020 5:59 amSeems to be dependent on your email service provider. I'm not having problems (do have problems from time to time with google calendar which appear and then go away). You could try timeshifting back to the previous kernel, or boot to the earlier kernel but suspect it won't fix the problem.
Note - see you are running LM18.3. Evolution was one of the primary reasons I upgraded to LM19.x - for a later less buggy version. Think LM18.3 is running evolution 3.18, LM19 is 3.28.
did check it right now :
LMDE4 / kernel 4.19.0-8 / evolution 3.28.5 => no problems
Linux Mint 19.2 Mate / kernel 4.15.0-99 / evolution 3.28.5 => no problems
Linux Mint 19.3 Cinnamon / kernel 4.15.0-99 / evolution 3.28.5 => no problems
the usual packages ( not flatpack )
what you also could eventually do ... in case you did add the password to the keyring ?
remove them with the terminal command : rm -v ~/.local/share/keyrings/*.keyring
1/ send a new e-mail
2/ you'll be prompt to restart the initial procedure :
a) password for your e-mailadres
b) confirm if want to store a new keyring password ( encrypting ) ... leave it blank ... continue
c) the first time you'll send a mail after this procedure : you'll be prompt again to give your password , it's normal but only once
for what it is worth
versions that you quote which you say are working are all OLDER than the 5.0 version that is the
latest version of kernel available for Linux Mint 19.3 mate 64 bit that I am running ?