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Restricting this to the commonly used Linux servers: Courier Cyrus Dovecot They all support IMAP4, since the IMAP4rev1 RFC was defined more than 10 years ago, I don't think you'll find the older version still being used.


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You can upload with python as well: import imaplib # an alternative for IMAP4_SSL is IMAP4 if you're doing this locally imap = imaplib.IMAP4_SSL(your_2nd_server, its_imap_portnumber) imap.login(user_name, password) and then for each message you downloaded: imap.append(mailbox, [], delivery_time, message) You have to get the delivery time out of the ...


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While setting variables like this in a cron entry is not possible, what crontab will allow you to do is override the MAILTO variable for a single entry then set it back for subsequent entries. Example: # Eat Ham * * * * * /scripts/manga_ham.py MAILTO=porklover.cramble.edu #Do something * * * * * /scripts/chown_abrahams_niece.sh MAILTO=root As a down ...


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To simultaneously mark a message as read and delete it you can use the set resolve=no before the command to avoid jumping to the next message. This avoid having to check condition and such. Your cursor will stay in place after the ation is done. For example, I uses the following to mark as read before moving a message to an archive maildir: macro ...


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There are several plugins that can help dealing with this problem. I've used Virtual Identity, which allowed me to automatically choose an identity based on the recipients address. Search for "identity" on addons.mozilla.org to find others.


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If you reply to an email the "original" email address will only be used by Thunderbird if there is an identity that matches that email address for that account. If such an identity is not available the default identity for that account is taken, if you hit Reply. What you need to do is add extra identities to each of the accounts for the alternate email ...


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You would have to use a email alias in this case. The reason is that domains, Logs, and virtualmin-backup are the names of sub-directories that Virtualmin creates under each domain's home, so allowing a username with the same name would cause them to clash. A work-around for this is to create an email alias for domains@example.com (on Mail Aliases page) ...


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msmtp is a command line application that can send email over smtp. You can pipe your email into it. Keep in mind that it is not an mail user agent so you have to pipe in the whole email not just the body.


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I have Postfix 2.10 on CentOS 7, but I'm pretty sure you still want to run: postqueue -f to flush the Postfix queue.


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The link posted by Ryan led me to this working solution: You need to set up a second e-mail account in your mail client with the base path (aka IMAP server directory) set to "/archive/" In Thunderbird, this can be achieved in these steps: Create another E-Mail acount in Thunderbird, exactly as your original one Before doing anything else (don't browse ...


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Remove the \n from after the folder name so the command you are looking for is macro index s ":set confirmappend=no delete=yes auto_tag=yes\n\ <save-message>=archive<sync-mailbox>:set delete=ask-yes\n"



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