Date problem after migration
robm at fastmail.fm
Tue Oct 9 22:42:09 EDT 2007
There's no really easy way, but this patch might help. Basically it parses
the last Received: header to set the internal date.
The problem is if you apply it, you then have to reconstruct all your
mailboxes to rebuild the cyrus.index with the new values.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Guillaume Postaire" <gpostaire at karavel.com>
To: <info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2007 10:23 PM
Subject: Date problem after migration
> Hi all,
> We just have done a migration from a very old Cyrus stand alone
> installation to a new one with murder.
> During the migration everything went ok and no user complaint, so we
> destroy our old mailbox.
> Shortly after that one of our user notice a huge problem with outlook
> that we don't reproduce with thunderbird (put here whatever imap
> compliant client). All the mail older than the migration have the date
> of the migration in outlook. It seems that outlook don't use the header
> date (wich are ok in the plain text storage) but another information
> that come from cyrus.
> We try to analyse what happen and discover we forget to use "
> --syncinternaldates" with imapsync. We simulate some migration and this
> problem don't exist if we had this.
> How could we correct the date stored in cyrus ?
> Here is the command we use for migration
> imapsync --ssl1 --ssl2 --host1 #HOST1# --host2 #HOST2# \
> --authuser1 cyrus --password1 #PASSWORD1# --authuser2 cyrus \
> --password2 #PASSWORD2# --authmech1 PLAIN --authmech2 PLAIN \
> --subscribe --user1 #USER# --user2 #USER# \
> --delete2 --expunge --expunge2
> Guillaume Postaire - KARAVEL - Responsable infrastructure
> gpostaire at karavel.com -
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