<DKIM> messages flag on sync
nicolas.s-dev at laposte.net
Fri Mar 17 17:42:25 GMT 2017
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On Fri, Mar 17, 2017 at 01:44:37PM +0000, Jethro Tull wrote:
> For testing my config I tried to sync the 'sent' "folder" of a gmail box
> update a copy of my actual local copy so that if it fails it doesn't mess
Not clear to me.
> up. I usually use getmail and the pop server of gmail to get new emails.
> the job was slow and there were a lot of emails I left it running and at
> point I did my usual emails check and noticed that getmail was
> some messages from the 'sent' folder. These messages were those already
> processed by offlineimap during its progression at the time getmail was
> running. So it seems offlineimap is changing messages flag to 'new' once
> processed. I was expecting a change from 'new' to 'read' to unread
> and no change to read ones. Obviously I interrupted the process. The same
> problem occurs when using offlineimap with '-q' option.
> When I say "message processed" I just mean that offline imap checked it to
> see whether or not it already exists locally and copy if not.
> I should also mention that offlineimap actually copied all messages it
> disregarding whether or not they were already existing locally. By
> that folder with mutt I noticed a lot of duplicate messages appeared.
Offlineimap can't work properly if you donwload/upload emails behind its
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