<DKIM> [PATCH] Write IMAP keyword changes (maildir file renames) back to the server
nicolas.s-dev at laposte.net
Sun May 19 15:24:16 BST 2019
On Sun, May 19, 2019 at 01:27:13AM -0300, Igor Almeida wrote:
> Yeah, I had to do some digging to find this. But the patch was mostly for
> testing and feedback. And to remember the discussion we had a few years ago (!)
> about eventually getting to this part.
> For example, at some point we talked about checking PERMANENTFLAGS for
> permission to store keywords and create new ones, but I don't understand the
> protocol (and the code) enough to find where this would go.
I couldn't find this discussion.
> By the way, what is the plan for py3? I remember there was pull request at
> some point.
Yes, there's been 3 attemps to port offlineimap to py3. All failed.
> It will break, yes.
> If the source side is IMAP too, we enter the except block. At this point we could
> set `flagstring` to `imaputil.flagsmaildir2imap(flags))`, which would revert
> to the original code.
> Also, if both servers are modern enough, there shouldn't be a need for
> translating between their keyword representations...
I didn't check what would be the best. Why coulnd't just ignore this
> Well, at least RF3501 says that `flag-keyword` (itself an `atom`) cannot have a
> space... Anyway, to prevent a problem here, maybe when assembling the keywordmap
> in MaildirRepository we could raise an error.
> I don't particularly like passing the dict to this imaputil function. Maybe it
> would be best to just add to the set after `imaputil.flagsmaildir2imap`
> returns to `IMAPFolder.__processmessagesflags_real`.
I think that raising an error should be good enough. At least, this
would stop the current process and avoid doing weird things.
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