<DKIM> Help for sync google to google nested on a folder

101passi 101passi at gmail.com
Wed May 11 18:19:14 BST 2016

Well received, thank you.
Just one last concept I can't get.
If I perform a nametrans from A to B, don't I need to always set an inverse
nametrans on the second account? Otherwise I would expect a loop.
Thank you again
Il 11 mag 2016 7:10 PM, "Nicolas Sebrecht" <nicolas.s-dev at laposte.net> ha

> On Wed, May 11, 2016 at 06:22:35PM +0200, 101passi wrote:
> >    Dear Nicolas, sorry for missing the cc to the mailing list.
> >    I assumed that two ends can be a "non local" maildir according to
> >    this [1]http://www.offlineimap.org/doc/use_cases.html part of the
> >    documentation
> >    "Sync from GMail to another IMAP server"
> >    and also here [2]http://www.offlineimap.org/doc/features.html
> >    "With OfflineIMAP 4.0, a powerful new ability has been introduced ―
> the
> >    program can now synchronize two IMAP servers with each other, with no
> need
> >    to have a Maildir layer in-between"
> >    I am willing to test the behaviour and proceed carefully. Would you
> please
> >    be so kind to point me in the right direction about NAMETRANS for
> gmail
> >    and traditional IMAP servers (for nesting purpose?).
> Offlineimap supports IMAP/IMAP sync but nametrans is for tuning local
> maildir only. IMAP/IMAP mode assumes full sync of the filtered folders
> with no way to tune the layers.
> >                                                         To be true there
> is
> >    nothing around which is comparable to offlineIMAP as an alternative..
> There is MBSync but I'm not sure it supports the feature you expect.
> I'm not sure it can sync 2 IMAP servers, either.
> --
> Nicolas Sebrecht
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