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comment How to save mails in Unix?
Unix doesn't do mail, just like your shoes don't dance. How do you access your email, when you are not on Windows?
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comment IMAP folders: how big is too big?
@ReedG.Law: Of course Google doesn't want you to delete anything, because then they would need to worry about searching their archives too. I'm not aware of such a backup-function for offlineimap. I also don't know about existing email backup, but IMAP does forsee searching for things like date. So such backup strategies are not too hard to write. I'm sure Google can help you. And last, if you don't want to adopt a new workflow, you shouldn't ask for one. :-)