Gmail: downloading the rest of the mails
dave at boostpro.com
Fri Oct 7 20:43:02 BST 2011
on Fri Oct 07 2011, Sebastian Spaeth <Sebastian-AT-SSpaeth.de> wrote:
> On Mon, 03 Oct 2011 10:59:31 -0400, Dave Abrahams <dave at boostpro.com> wrote:
>> > After every 100 messages, OfflineIMAP gets stuck with:
>> > DEBUG[imap]: 31:24.19 imap.gmail.com reader socket error: <type
>> > 'exceptions.IOError'> - Too many read 0
>> > DEBUG[imap]: 31:24.19 imap.gmail.com reader finished
>> > DEBUG[imap]: 31:24.19 imap.gmail.com handler terminating: "socket
>> > error: <type 'exceptions.IOError'> - Too many read 0"
>> I've seen a lot of those "too many read" messages from my Gmail account
>> with offlineimap in the past few weeks.
> It has unfortunately been reported a lot since months. And it *only*
> ever occurs with Gmail servers. I am not using Gmail, and I have never
> managed to debug this. Help with this is much appreciated. It is
> something down in the bowels of imaplib2.
It would almost surely be fairly trivial to set up a Gmail account for
you that receives a copy of everything in your regular mail account, for
testing purposes. Would that help?
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