Folder creation regression in 188.8.131.52
tomka at gentoo.org
Wed Apr 11 12:21:52 BST 2012
On 13:27 Wed 11 Apr 2012, Daniel Shahaf wrote:
> Thomas Kahle wrote on Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 14:36:28 +0200:
> > Creating folder INBOX/science-ml[RemoteGentoo]
> > ERROR: Creating folder INBOX/science-ml on repository RemoteGentoo
> > Folder 'INBOX/science-ml'[RemoteGentoo] could not be created. Server responded: ('NO', ['Invalid mailbox name: INBOX/science-ml'])
> > ERROR: Folder 'INBOX/science-ml'[RemoteGentoo] could not be created. Server responded: ('NO', ['Invalid mailbox name: INBOX/science-ml'])
> > *** Finished account 'Gentoo' in 0:03
> > The folder science-ml is indeed a non-filtered folder that exists on
> > both sides. I think offlineimap-184.108.40.206 wrongly tries to create it
> > remotely and the server complains because it already exists.
> > Any ideas?
> What's the folder separator on the server? Is it "/"?
The maildir on the server is itself the inbox and contains a
(filesystem) subfolder ".science-ml". If I remember correctly this is
CourierIMAP server. However, my foldername translation functions
replace "/" by "." when doing remote -> local, I think the answer to
your question is "yes, /". If this is wrong, why did it work with
220.127.116.11, were there any changes/fixes on the foldertrans?
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