alvin at netvel.net
Fri Sep 25 10:16:11 EDT 2015
Yes it would need an interchange format.
It would not have to be a complex interchange format.
possibly tar and dump files wrapped up in a tar file.
Cyrus is nice and I have used it for decades now.
Its just that moving to a new server involves searching for all the
places where data gets hidden and trying to migrate it safely.
But I have found the biggest problem with Cyrus is that it works too well.
I don't spend lots of time dinging in the internals to fix stuff so
every few years when I want to migrate I have to go through a big
process of research and trial and error to try and get all the stuff I
need in one place.
On 09/25/2015 10:02 AM, Niels Dettenbach wrote:
> Am Freitag, 25. September 2015, 09:49:10 schrieb Alvin Starr:
>> I am thinking of a tool that is fairly simple.
> i assume this requires an new "interchange" format for cyrus data - which has
> to be developed additionally.
>> Would imapsync copy the calendar information along with things like
> I did not used the new calendar functionality, but until today cyrus allows
> access to any part of the data by IMAP or the cyrus DB tools.
> Cyrus Home Page: http://www.cyrusimap.org/
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