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Question [Q] K9 (#SUK#) gives "-1"

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I am trying to get Zooper widget (Themer) to show unread count from K9 Email, I found on the official zooper website the variable #SUK#, but it just returns "-1"

Have anyone been able to get this working?

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BUMP^^^

Really no one with any knowledged of this?
 
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Try adding the name of the inbox to the #SUK# tag.

For example, if your inbox is named primary you would type:

#SUKPrimary#

It works for gmail but i'm not sure about K9. It's worth a shot.
 
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Sadly it does not work.

Thanks anyway though.



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hi,

I am trying to get Zooper widget (Themer) to show unread count from K9 Email, I found on the official zooper website the variable #SUK#, but it just returns "-1"

Have anyone been able to get this working?

Thanks in advance
Try #SUK^all#
 
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Try #SUK^all#
I am also keen to get this to work but this didn't work for me.

There does appear to be a way to get this to work using Tasker but it looks unnecessarily complicated compared to usimg the built-in variable. If only it worked.
 
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I have the same problem ... #SUK# or #SUK^all# do not work. Who can help us?
Thank you in advance!
 
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I have the same problem ... #SUK# or #SUK^all# do not work. Who can help us?
Thank you in advance!
I think it's dependant on phone language settings.
For example, I'm from Slovakia and if my phone language is set to Slovak I have to use #SUGHlavné# or #SUKHlavné# Hlavné means Primary in slovak language. But if I set the language to English US then this slovak syntax don't work anymore I have to use #SUGPrimary# or #SUKPrimary#
But for example #SUG^all# working on both languages always. My device is Nexus 4 with stock kernel.

If You are from other country for example from Germany, France etc open Your gmail (of course Your computer laguage settings have to be set to Your language which is used also in phone) open the gmail on computer and check what is shown instead of Primary in my case Hlavné. Use this for the syntax.
 
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Pavel thank you, but your solution does not seem to work with K-9 ...
The main box of K-9 is called (unless I am mistaken) in French "Boîte de réception"; # SUKBoîte de réception# "returns -1
Which offer an alternative?

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