offlineimap smart backup synchronization = bidirectional synchronization without deleting any messages
Edward Z. Yang
ezyang at MIT.EDU
Thu Dec 20 08:03:02 GMT 2012
OK, so you basically want OfflineIMAP to never delete anything.
That would work, in that case.
Excerpts from proxym's message of Thu Dec 20 13:18:55 +0800 2012:
> I need removing it every time, because I want that:
> 1) all messages which were deleted locally will be restored from
> remote instead of removing on remote
> 2) all messages which were deleted remotely will be restored from
> local instead of removing on local
> I assume that every time before I started offlineimap some messages
> can be deleted on local maildir or remote imap.
> 2012/12/20 Edward Z. Yang <ezyang at mit.edu>:
> > Excerpts from proxym's message of Thu Dec 20 12:46:35 +0800 2012:
> >> Then the best solution for me is just a total removing of status
> >> folder (/home/username/.offlineimap) before every start of
> >> offlineimap, isn't it?
> >> I can't believe that it is so simple =)
> > Well, after your status folder is initialized for the first time,
> > you shouldn't need to remove it again.
> > Edward
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