NoneType popping up in syncing some folders from Exchange
rodmur at gmail.com
Wed Jan 11 13:45:32 GMT 2012
It was happening with another folder, I believe. Let me get another
log. Sorry, been a little distracted and not getting back to you
Actually, I tried to delete this "bbsupport" folder in Exchange in the
past. So I now have a "bbsupport" in Deleted Items and a "bbsupport" in
the top directory, could potentially be the problem? Some sort of name
conflict? So far it appears to be the only thing that is causing
problems. (Just another reason to hate RIM.)
On Sun, Jan 08, 2012 at 12:28:34PM +0100, Sebastian Spaeth wrote:
> On Sat, 7 Jan 2012 20:29:47 -0500, Dale Harris <rodmur at gmail.com> wrote:
> > "/Library/Python/2.7/site-packages/offlineimap/folder/IMAP.py", line 74, in
> > getuidvalidity return long(uidval)TypeError: long() argument must be
> > a string or a number, not 'NoneType'
> @Piers, any obvious clue? imapobj.response('UIDVALIDITY') returned
> [None] although there was a UIDVALIDITY response....
> Hi Dale,
> just noticed the already attached log. Perfect, thanks. Looking at the
> log this strikes me as most curious though. I initially guessed this
> would be Exchange's weird behavior, but looking at the log, this is what
> happens for an empty folder on my IMAP server:
> 1) We issue typ, uidv = imapobj.response('UIDVALIDITY')
> in folder/IMAP.py:l73
> 2a) My server returned:
> * OK [UIDVALIDITY 1326020085] Ok\r\n
> handler untagged_responses[OK] 0 += ["[UIDVALIDITY 1326020085] Ok"]
> handler untagged_responses[UIDVALIDITY] 0 += ["1326020085"]
> _get_untagged_response(UIDVALIDITY) => ['1326020085']
> _untagged_response(UIDVALIDITY, ?, UIDVALIDITY) => ['1326020085']
> loading Messagelist ...
> 2b) Your server returned
> *OK [UIDVALIDITY 325009] UIDVALIDITY value\r\n
> handler untagged_responses[OK] 0 += ["[UIDVALIDITY 325009] UIDVALIDITY value"]
> handler untagged_responses[UIDVALIDITY] 0 += ["325009"]
> _untagged_response(UIDVALIDITY, ?, UIDVALIDITY) => ['325009']
> ERROR in syncfolder for WCMC folder bbsupport:
> File "...offlineimap/folder/IMAP.py", line 74, in getuidvalidity
> return long(uidval)
> TypeError: long() argument must be a string or a number, not 'NoneType'
> How can it be that you, for basically identical server responses, suddenly
> receive a [None] value?
> Is that reproducable? Does it happen for other empty folders too? What
> happens if you move a message in there?
> It would be great to see what is happening here.
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