simon-oi | 1 May 18:43 2008

quick = <natural number> behaviour

Hello,

I'm curious to know what the expected behaviour is when:

 quick = <integer greater than zero>

I've tried running in debug mode (-d imap -1), and I do not see anything
happening between the 2 minute auto refresh period, despite my creation
and deletion of messages on both ends.

My config:

[general]
accounts = Test
ui = Noninteractive.Basic

[Account Test]
autorefresh = 2
quick = 100
localrepository = Local
remoterepository = Remote

[Repository Local]
type = IMAP
remotehost = localhost
remoteuser = userA
remotepass = passA

[Repository Remote]
type = IMAP
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Christian G. Warden | 1 May 19:50 2008

Re: quick = <natural number> behaviour

On Thu, May 01, 2008 at 12:43:53PM -0400, simon-oi <at> uc.org wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I'm curious to know what the expected behaviour is when:
> 
>  quick = <integer greater than zero>
> 
> I've tried running in debug mode (-d imap -1), and I do not see anything
> happening between the 2 minute auto refresh period, despite my creation
> and deletion of messages on both ends.

The sync will still run every two minutes, but when quick is set to 100,
only every 100th (or 101st?) sync will do a full sync in which messages
are inspected for changes to flags, which tends to be slow on large
mailboxes.  During a quick sync, if there are no new messages or
deletions in the mailbox, you'll see messages like:
Skipping sent-mail (not changed)

Christian

Asheesh Laroia | 2 May 22:19 2008

Copying messages from one offlineimap store to another...

...makes offlineimap act as if the messages originated in the target 
store.

Let me explain with an example:

1. Create a Remote and a Local repository; call the Local repository 
local_one and the Remote remote_one.

2. Synchronize.

3. Create a new Remote and a new Local; call them remote_two and 
local_two respecitively.

4. Synchronize

5. Copy all the emails from local_one into local_two.

6. Synchronize remote_two with local_two.

At this point, what I *expect* to happen is that offlineimap upload all 
the new messages I put in the local_two.  Instead, it tells me it is 
deleting the messages from local_two[INBOX] and LocalStore[INBOX], even 
though nothing is truly stored about these messages in the local_two 
LocalStore - they're new to that account!

I believe this is because offlineimap is trusting the FMD5= and U= notes 
in the filenames.  Since the highest UID for the mailbox is higher than 
the UIDs for these messages (where those UIDs come from a totally separate 
namespace, the remote_one), it thinks they must have existed before, so it 
deletes them.  This strikes me as strange - these files have no entry in 
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Jean-Yves Avenard | 3 May 02:10 2008
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Problem upgrading from 5.9.4 to 5.9.11

Hi

Currently experiencing some issues with offlineimap, all messages from
my imap server are duplicated about 10 times on the other imap server
(microsoft exchange).

So I tried upgrading to the latest version of offlineimap

After installing, I get this error:
    from offlineimap import imaplibutil, imaputil, threadutil
  File "/usr/local/lib/python2.5/site-packages/offlineimap/imaplibutil.py",
line 106, in <module>
    class WrappedIMAP4_SSL(IMAP4_SSL):
NameError: name 'IMAP4_SSL' is not defined

What else should I be doing to install offlineimap ?

Thanks
Jean-Yves

John Goerzen | 5 May 17:45 2008

OfflineIMAP 5.99.12 available

Hi folks,

OfflineIMAP 5.99.12 is now available, which should finally put the
crash-on-new-folder bug that has been haunting the 5.99 series to
rest.

http://software.complete.org/offlineimap

-- John

John Goerzen | 5 May 17:49 2008

Re: Problem upgrading from 5.9.4 to 5.9.11

On Fri May 2 2008 7:10:42 pm Jean-Yves Avenard wrote:
> Hi
>
> Currently experiencing some issues with offlineimap, all messages from
> my imap server are duplicated about 10 times on the other imap server
> (microsoft exchange).
>
> So I tried upgrading to the latest version of offlineimap
>
> After installing, I get this error:
>     from offlineimap import imaplibutil, imaputil, threadutil
>   File
> "/usr/local/lib/python2.5/site-packages/offlineimap/imaplibutil.py", line
> 106, in <module>
>     class WrappedIMAP4_SSL(IMAP4_SSL):
> NameError: name 'IMAP4_SSL' is not defined
>
> What else should I be doing to install offlineimap ?
>
> Thanks
> Jean-Yves

That sounds very odd.  What version of Python do you have?

Till Maas | 5 May 18:50 2008

Re: OfflineIMAP 5.99.12 available

On Mon May 5 2008, John Goerzen wrote:
> OfflineIMAP 5.99.12 is now available, which should finally put the
> crash-on-new-folder bug that has been haunting the 5.99 series to
> rest.

Is there a download location available, that contains the correct filename in 
the URL?
http://software.complete.org/software/versions/download/233?attachment_id=308 
does not make obvious how the downloaded file is called and cannot be used as 
a location in rpms spec files afaik.

Regards,
Till

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Vincent Beffara | 5 May 19:39 2008
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Re: OfflineIMAP 5.99.12 available

> > OfflineIMAP 5.99.12 is now available, which should finally put the
> > crash-on-new-folder bug that has been haunting the 5.99 series to
> > rest.
>=20
> Is there a download location available, that contains the correct filen=
ame in=20
> the URL?
> http://software.complete.org/software/versions/download/233?attachment_=
id=3D308=20
> does not make obvious how the downloaded file is called and cannot be u=
sed as=20
> a location in rpms spec files afaik.

The debian pool is usually very quick to follow ;-) so I just use that=20
myself. But you're right that a file on complete.org would be a little=20
more convenient and "proper" ...

  /v

--=20
Vincent Beffara
UMPA - ENS-Lyon
46 all=E9e d'Italie
69364 Lyon Cedex 07
T=E9l : 04 72 72 85 25

John Goerzen | 5 May 20:05 2008

Re: OfflineIMAP 5.99.12 available

On Mon May 5 2008 11:50:21 am Till Maas wrote:
> On Mon May 5 2008, John Goerzen wrote:
> > OfflineIMAP 5.99.12 is now available, which should finally put the
> > crash-on-new-folder bug that has been haunting the 5.99 series to
> > rest.
>
> Is there a download location available, that contains the correct filename
> in the URL?
> http://software.complete.org/software/versions/download/233?attachment_id=
>308 does not make obvious how the downloaded file is called and cannot be
> used as a location in rpms spec files afaik.

The HTTP headers for the result from such a URL include:

Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="offlineimap_5.99.12.tar.gz"

so the client ought to work out what the filename is.  Firefox, for instance, 
does.

If that's not sufficient, you could instead refer to the files in Debian, 
which appear at packages.debian.org and the Debian mirror network about 24 
hours after appearing on software.complete.org.

Would either of those help you?

Till Maas | 5 May 20:13 2008

Re: OfflineIMAP 5.99.12 available

On Mon May 5 2008, John Goerzen wrote:
> Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="offlineimap_5.99.12.tar.gz"

> If that's not sufficient, you could instead refer to the files in Debian,
> which appear at packages.debian.org and the Debian mirror network about 24
> hours after appearing on software.complete.org.
>
> Would either of those help you?

Using packages.debian.org would help I guess. The problem is that rpm needs to 
know the filename from the url without creating an http request. I guess it 
basically takes everything after the latest slash as a filename, maybe it at 
least strips everything after a questionmark from the url.

Regards,
Till

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