Is there any to reconstruct a mailbox, if used just have the email files, but none of the original cyrus.* files?
boutilpj at ednet.ns.ca
Fri Jan 18 19:50:26 EST 2019
On 1/18/19 5:26 PM, Mark London wrote:
> Hi - Is there any to reconstruct a mailbox, if you just have the email
> files, but none of the original cyrus.* files? Don't ask me why, it's
> a very long story.
I believe you can just recreate the mailbox (using cyradm or similar)
and then run the reconstruct.
> As an aside, has anyone ever had a situation where emails were los,t
> when someone used Apple Mail to transfer a lot of files from one folder
> to another? We had this happen. Someone tried to move a years worth
> of emails, 22K or so, to a new folder. Only a few files emails ended
> up in the new folders, and the rest were totally deleted. I confirmed
> via my backup logs, that this was the case. The same user tried the same
> operation the year before, and the same thing happened. i tried using
> Thunderbird, and had no problems. Just curious. Thanks.
> Mark London
> mrl at psfc.mit.edu
> Cyrus Home Page: http://www.cyrusimap.org/
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