Double nametrans required in a imap-imap-Sync?
ojkastl at gmx.de
Thu May 5 07:34:45 BST 2011
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On 05.05.11 01:59 Sebastian Spaeth wrote:
> On Wed, 04 May 2011 20:44:18 +0200, Johannes Kastl <ojkastl at gmx.de> wrote:
> Assuming you have this nametrans rule:
>> > re.sub('^', 'GMX/', foldername)
>> On the 1blu-server there is an INBOX, and a Sent folder, and a Drafts.
>> Where do the mails, that were in these folders before the sync, end up
>> after the sync? They should still be in the folders on the 1blu-server,
>> but do the get synced to the gmx server? If yes, where to?
> As no folder on the REMOTE (ie gmx) will match the INBOX,Sent,Draft
> folder of LOCAL (iblue), those folders will not be synced (as there is
> no "corresponding" REMOTE folder.
I thought offlineimap does a 2-way-sync, but I guess only for the
changes made *after* the initial sync. So if I change anything in the
GMX folder on the 1blu-server it should be synced back. But not for
other changes on the 1blu-server.
> It can all be pretty confusing, I have to admit.
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half by our children.
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