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Jasper
@jbg
I don't have any folderfilter set
offlineimap --info successfully connects to my IMAP server and outputs a list of folders, which matches the list it outputs of my local folders exactly
offlineimap -d imap,maildir,thread outputs the list of local folders and then []: Copying folder structure from remote to local and then a bunch of blank lines and then the above error
Nicolas Sebrecht
@nicolas33
@jbg If you have v7.3.1, please try v7.3.2.
Jasper
@jbg
@nicolas33 thanks for the reply, I shall try
I do indeed have 7.3.1
Jasper
@jbg
@nicolas33 thanks again - I can confirm that v7.3.2 fixes the issue
Chris Coleman
@chris001
@nicolas33 I think we should make a branch, dedicated to a py3 port, accepting patches, the only requirement, that the code runs and works perfect in py3, and installs with pip3 from PyPI, maybe using a different name for PyPI, such as: offlineimap-py3, what do you think?
Nicolas Sebrecht
@nicolas33
@chris001 The idea is good. However, this should be in a new fork. I'll help any developer wanting to take the job.
Chris Coleman
@chris001
I made a fix to issue #645 , how do you like it @nicolas33 ? I can do a Pull Request if you want.
Just to make it official.
Chris Coleman
@chris001
@nicolas33 Does the error "Cannot create folder INBOX.FOO" mean that the server is blocking the creation of the subfolder of "INBOX", for administrative policy reason ?
Chris Coleman
@chris001
@nicolas33 Should we add a simple function to detect the name of the IMAP mail server software, as displayed in the IMAP banner string, after the capabilities? This would save a lot of time, bypassing asking users what's the IMAP software their server is running, especially when many users don't know and don't care which IMAP server software is running on the source and target. Because it appears that many IMAP software gives unique text error messages that don't pattern match what we're expecting to receive from the top 5 IMAP server softwares.
Nicolas Sebrecht
@nicolas33
Does the error "Cannot create folder INBOX.FOO" mean that the server is blocking the creation of the subfolder of "INBOX", for administrative policy reason ?
Might be, yes.
Should we add a simple function to detect the name of the IMAP mail server software, as displayed in the IMAP banner string, after the capabilities?
Of course. I think we should log this info.
Chris Coleman
@chris001
Should we contact @spaetz and ask him to request $$ from the org's opencollective page for the domain name fees accumualted over the years? It's good to show expenses associated with the org, and reimbursements...
Chris Coleman
@chris001
I'm guessing 10 yrs x $10/yr (estimated) for the .org = $100...
Nicolas Sebrecht
@nicolas33
For sure. That's a very good idea.
@spaetz would you agree?
Chris Coleman
@chris001
Any suggestion on easy way to identify all places in the code where it resolves a hostname to an IP4 (or IP6) address? imapserver.py ? acquireconnection() ?
matrixbot
@matrixbot
ˈt͡sɛːzaɐ̯ (If you do that, make a list… and slate those for removal in case of using a proxy…)
Chris Coleman
@chris001
@nicolas33
@nicolas33 Did you see the 5 security advisory notifications for the website code repo offlineimap.github.io ?? As soon as possible, we need to either upgrade the jquery version being used to version 3.5.0 (this is the current stable), OR apply one of the 2 (?) cheap workarounds mentioned inside the security advisory notifications..
Nicolas Sebrecht
@nicolas33
Thanks for the report. I'm not sure it's very important for a static web site. Anyway, it's good to upgrade jquery.
elsatch
@elsatch_twitter
Hi everyone! I'm trying to configure offlineimap + mu4e. After reading the docs, I tried setting the synclabels for a Gmail account. How could I check if it is working? I have viewed the messages themselves but there is no field called X-Keywords in any email.
Chris Coleman
@chris001
Hi @nicolas33 can I add a label for issues, "need analysis!" ? Referring to the new issue today about gmail x-labels header showing different values depending on message located in gmail folder "Inbox", "A", or "B".
Nicolas Sebrecht
@nicolas33
@chris001 Yes, sure!
Mike Kranidis
@mikekgr
Dear Sirs, what is the best way to install the latest version of the offlineIMAP in my Ubuntu server 20.04? The official package is somehow older. Thanks.
Mike Kranidis
@mikekgr
Kind reminder:
Dear Sirs, what is the best way to install the latest version of the offlineIMAP in my Ubuntu server 20.04? The official package is somehow older. Thanks.
matrixbot
@matrixbot
ˈt͡sɛːzaɐ̯ Odd that things that would be considered polite elsewhere are definitely not polite in this kind of chat room.
ˈt͡sɛːzaɐ̯ pip install --user offlineimap rfc6555 six or so.
Mike Kranidis
@mikekgr
Hello to everyone! I am thinking to use offlineIMAP in order to have synchronized two IMAP servers, one local and one remote. I want two way synchronization. Is my senario ok for offlineIMAP? What could be the best setup file? ( .offlineimaprc), assuming that the remote account is ex: IMAP (Dovecot): mail.test.com tester@test.com and the local maildir path: /var/vmail/tester/
Mike Kranidis
@mikekgr
Please someone to help me. Thanks
Mike Kranidis
@mikekgr
Hello, is it possible to run offlineimap as root but to save the mailbox with different owner and group ? Please help. Thanks.
Mike Kranidis
@mikekgr
Dear Sirs,
Is there any supporting way to set user:group ownership in order to save the maildir in the local repository using these pre-specified? I don't want to have root ownership, even if I run the offlineIMAP as root, also I don't want to create separate user.
Thanks.
Dushyant Pawar
@dsp90
hi
I have installed offlineimap using
python setup.py install
now where do I find this ~/.offlineimaprc file
I cannot locate this file anywhere
please assist
anyone?
olaf7
@olaf7
What is the difference between this room and the other offlineimap room?
@dsp90 the ~ indicates the user's homedir and the . is for hidden files. Chances are you will need to manually create a configfile based on a template (or not)
olaf7
@olaf7
@mikekgr why do you need the latest version and want to abandon proper package management/maintenance?
olaf7
@olaf7
Would it be an idea to start a wikipage with an overview of what is needed, what the status is, what available is, who interested is, etc etc on 'doing something' (on purpose a broad description) with Python 3? (distill some github issues, and formalize, refactor to clarify and expand)
Mike Kranidis
@mikekgr
@olaf7 I use the official Ubuntu package but because I realized that there in newer, that's why I asked the question.