IOS7: IMAP path prefix is not saved

After updating to iOS7, at first I could still see all the folders on the IMAP server (Sent, Trash, etc. which are all on the level below Inbox, e.g. Inbox/Sent Items, Inbox/Deleted Items -> therefore the IMAP path prefix is "Inbox" - without quotes of course), but then at some point they randomly disappeared. So I checked the IMAP path prefix, which was set to "Inbox" (which worked just fine on iOS6, as it should because of the folder hierarchy on the IMAP server). I tried deleting the Mail account from the iPhone, rebooting, then creating the Mail account again. I tried INBOX, inbox and Inbox/ for the prefix. I noticed that the settings frequently delete the IMAP path prefix (I would type it in, save the Mail settings, check if the prefix was still there and it was gone).
This is the really the first time the IMAP settings on the iPhone are giving me so much trouble and I have no idea what else I could do. The exact same Mail account with the exact same settings worked perfectly with iOS6. Any advice is much appreciated.

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