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Sun Nov 6 19:52:32 GMT 2011
Le 04/11/2011 21:35, Sebastian Spaeth a écrit :
> On Fri, 04 Nov 2011 00:54:28 +0100, Ploc<pub2011 at acampado.net> wrote:
>> The main philosophy of OfflineIMAP is then to choose the safer wayin
>> order to prevent unwanted mail deletion. Each mail is transferred to the
>> other repository.
>> But what happens if one of the repository uses the new parameter
>> "readonly = True" ? Is there a special way of rebuilding cached data ?
>> As one of the repository is readonly, every mail deleted from this
>> repository should also be deleted from the other repository. Does
>> OfflineIMAP work like that ?
> If readonly=True, it will simply not sync in that direction.
> So if REMOTEIMAP1 (readonly=True) and LOCALMAILDIR (readonly=False) are
> your repos, and the cache goes missing, it will:
> 1a) sync REMOTEIMAP1 mails to LOCALMAILDIR, adding all new messages
> 1b) delete all mails in LOCALMAILDIR that are not in REMOTEIMAP1 but
> have a valid (>0) UID recorded. (so they are not "NEW")
> As sync in the other direction will be skipped, new messages that are
> really new (ie those that don't have UID=<number>,FMD5=<folderMD5> in
> their file name), will simply be ignored and left alone, as far as I can
> see. At least, that is what I think it would be doing without actually
Thank you Sebatian pour these explanations.
I do understand from your explanations that - in case of a readonly
repository, the "safer algorithm" is dissmissed and - according to "1b",
OfflineIMAP also DELETES mails.
Am I right ?
If yes, this would be perfect as this allow to have with OfflineIMAP a
behaviour quite close from the one of imapsync.
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