I’ve returned to eM Client, after a long hiatus, on one of my older machines. (My new machine can’t use eM Client because setting up a new installation of eM Client with Google 2-factor login is currently broken.)
My local database is no longer in sync with Gmail. Specifically, I have messages in Gmail’s All Mail “folder”, but these messages are *not*in eM Client’s All Mail folder. Oddly enough, these missing messages *are* in eM Client’s Inbox folder, but they are *not* in Gmail’s Inbox.
Is there a way to delete eM Client’s local database, forcing eM Client to re-sync/download my email from Gmail, *without* deleting my account settings?
I know where eM Client stores its local database. I tried moving the various .dat files out of the directory, but doing so would result in either a database-corruption error when starting up eM Client, or eM Client starting up with no accounts intact.
In other words, what I’d love to see is an easy way to tell eM Client to “forget” its local IMAP cache so that it recreates the local IMAP cache from what’s on the server.