Please Help Me Fix My Goofy Problem
javarockx at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 20 10:38:31 EDT 2004
Thank You!! When I did the imapsync I did not include the --syncinternaldate
Anyhow, when I include that option I get the following messages returned from
imapsync and messages are not actually transferred.
+ Copying msg #1332:2501 to folder INBOX.INBOX
flags from : [\Seen]["29-Apr-2004 16:17:32 -0400" UID 1332)
4298 OK FETCH completed.
Error trying to append string: 539 BAD Missing required argument to Append
at /opt/software/imapsync-1.96/imapsync line 708
subject is all lower-case. May conflict with future methods. Change method name
to be mixed case or all upper case to ensure upward compatability at
/opt/software/imapsync-1.96/imapsync line 709
Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at
/opt/software/imapsync-1.96/imapsync line 709.
Couldn't append msg #1332 (Subject:) to folder INBOX.INBOX: Error trying to
append string: 539 BAD Missing required argument to Append command
--- Paul Gargan <pgargan at nexgenfs.com> wrote:
> Java Rockx wrote:
> > It does not work when using Outlook or Outlook
> > Express. When using either of these mail clients, the
> > "recieved date" never seems to match the message
> > headers, but rather shows when the actual mail message
> > was migrated.
> We had a similar problem (same sync tool, same issue) at our site recently.
> Outlook apparantly displays the "Received" date, which in turn is
> calculated by the IMAP server based on when the mail arrived.
> Thus all mails moved during your sync appear to be only recently
> arrived, and thus there received dates are messed up.
> You have two options.
> One is to change Outlook to dsplay the "Sent" field, and sort by this
> date. Unfortunately, you have to do it for every folder view, and the
> Sent columns will initially be null until you force Outlook to
> redownload all the message headers.
> An easier option is to re-run the sync, but ask imapsync to preserve
> Received ("internal") dates via the --syncinternaldates command line switch.
> Hope this helps.
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