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Mon Aug 25 23:34:02 EDT 2008
Wesley Craig wrote, at 08/25/2008 10:45 PM:
> I've seen this before with Thunderbird. As I recall, Thunderbird
> requests a lengthy operation but times out (or fills a buffer?) before
> getting a result back. It then tries the operation again, until the
> mailbox is woefully full.
Interesting. Aside from webmail, Thunderbird is indeed the only other
client used to access this account.
> To clean up, we typically calculate checksums on the files and find
> duplicates that way.
In this case, I can easily find the inodes that reference more than one
ls -li /var/spool/imap/user/bob/folder | cut -b 1-8 | sort | uniq -d
I was hoping to somehow leverage this information to delete the
duplicates only, but haven't quite figured it out myself.
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