Mailboxes messed up after migration
brennan at columbia.edu
Mon Feb 5 09:56:15 EST 2018
IMAP provides two kinds of timestamp: the time the message was placed into
the mailbox, and the time in the Date header line. In a typical inbox and
sent mailbox the two are the same order. In other folders it might not be
the same. I think Roundcube uses the first kind of timestamp, which for
cyrus is not a sort at all since it is the internal order of messages in a
I guess the question is whether the migration moved messages out of order,
or whether the users are noticing something that was true before migration.
On Mon, Feb 5, 2018 at 9:26 AM, Hiago Prata <hcprata at ufpa.br> wrote:
> After the migration of all users I was supposed to migrate to a new
> server, some of them reported that in some of their mailboxes
> subdirectories the display order of the messages is all messed up, with
> messages received or sent months ago being shown before them most recent
> ones. I thought it might be date format or something related, but all dates
> of creation and access of all mailboxes look the same.
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