Fedora 15 Update: imapsync-1.446-1.fc15

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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2011-7899
2011-06-07 03:37:07
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Name        : imapsync
Product     : Fedora 15
Version     : 1.446
Release     : 1.fc15
URL         : http://fedorahosted.org/imapsync
Summary     : Tool to migrate email between IMAP servers
Description :
imapsync is a tool for facilitating incremental recursive IMAP
transfers from one mailbox to another. It is useful for mailbox migration,
and reduces the amount of data transferred by only copying messages that
are not present on both servers. Read, unread, and deleted flags are preserved,
and the process can be stopped and resumed. The original messages can
optionally be deleted after a successful transfer.

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Update Information:

Update to 1.446
- Bugfix. Made --usecache work with --maxage or --maxsize or --min*
- Improved the way imapsync deals with headers:
-  - Stopped getting first 2KB of message. Not a good idea.
-  - If $imap2->parse_headers() fails then take the whole header (instead of body).
-  - Default is like --useheader Message-Id --useheader Message-ID
-  - Use header Message-Id and header Date as sig md5 when taking the whole header.
- Better output in debug mode.
- Options --usecache and --maxsize --minsize can safely be used if --delete is there
- Added tests of mkpath very long path > 300 char. Win32 fails on them.
- Bugfix. Added special case for Inbox vs INBOX bug creation ("Couldn't create folder [Inbox] from [INBOX]: 143 NO INBOX already exists!")
- Adapted regression tests for good_date() when no zone is given.
- Bugfix. intarnal date needs zone data. Default to  +0000.
- Bugfix. Starttls() only for 2.2.9
- Fix. Removed a debug print always printed.
- Bugfix. Changed the way imapsync knows whether a folder exists or not. Exchange might be happy and stop deconnecting for this reason.
- Added a warning and die if --usecache and one of  --maxsize--minsize --maxage --minage is used.
- Bugfix. Reconnections are well done in tls mode now.
- Zimbra 5.0.24_GA_3356.RHEL4 [host1]
- Exchange 2010 SP1 RU2 [host2]
- Added --debugsleep to have to play will kill and reconnections.


- Bugfix. Made --usecache work with --maxage or --maxsize or --min*
- Improved the way imapsync deals with headers:
-  - Stopped getting first 2KB of message. Not a good idea.
-  - If $imap2->parse_headers() fails then take the whole header (instead of body).
-  - Default is like --useheader Message-Id --useheader Message-ID
-  - Use header Message-Id and header Date as sig md5 when taking the whole header.
- Better output in debug mode.
- Options --usecache and --maxsize --minsize can safely be used if --delete is there
- Added tests of mkpath very long path > 300 char. Win32 fails on them.
- Bugfix. Added special case for Inbox vs INBOX bug creation ("Couldn't create folder [Inbox] from [INBOX]: 143 NO INBOX already exists!")
- Adapted regression tests for good_date() when no zone is given.
- Bugfix. intarnal date needs zone data. Default to  +0000.
- Bugfix. Starttls() only for 2.2.9
- Fix. Removed a debug print always printed.
- Bugfix. Changed the way imapsync knows whether a folder exists or not. Exchange might be happy and stop deconnecting for this reason.
- Added a warning and die if --usecache and one of  --maxsize--minsize --maxage --minage is used.
- Bugfix. Reconnections are well done in tls mode now.
- Zimbra 5.0.24_GA_3356.RHEL4 [host1]
- Exchange 2010 SP1 RU2 [host2]
- Added --debugsleep to have to play will kill and reconnections.


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ChangeLog:

* Tue May 31 2011 Nick Bebout <nb at fedoraproject.org> - 1.446-1
- Bugfix. Try to handle Markus bug in foldersizes() when select_msgs() returns a list of undef.
- Check if uidexpunge is supported at the beginning of execution, not when needed.
- Set --uidexpunge2 if --delete2 or --expunge2 if uidexpunge not supported.
- Changed all warn() calls (STDERR) to print calls (STDOUT)
- good_date() "24 Aug 77" -> "24-Aug-1977"
- Patched tests_good_date() and good_date() with Dax Kelson patches.
- Started code to deal with epoch of messages.
- Handle better folder creation, not a failure when folder "already exists" during its creation.
- Replaced default setting. Now --delete2 sets --uidexpunge2 instead of --expunge2 (unless --nouidexpunge2 is set)
- Added epoch() routine to prepare the safe bidirectional sync (maybe...)
- Adapted the usage output multiline character to Unix or Win, \ or ^
- Bugfix. Avoid a "no number" warning when size is null.
- Added "Date" in the default --useheader list. ("Message-Id", "Message-ID", "Date")
- Bugfix. Bad header beginning with a blank character.
* Tue May 24 2011 Nick Bebout <nb at fedoraproject.org> - 1.434-1
- Bugfix. Made --usecache work with --maxage or --maxsize or --min*
- Improved the way imapsync deals with headers:
-  - Stopped getting first 2KB of message. Not a good idea.
-  - If $imap2->parse_headers() fails then take the whole header (instead of body).
-  - Default is like --useheader Message-Id --useheader Message-ID
-  - Use header Message-Id and header Date as sig md5 when taking the whole header.
- Better output in debug mode.
- Options --usecache and --maxsize --minsize can safely be used if --delete is there
- Added tests of mkpath very long path > 300 char. Win32 fails on them.
- Bugfix. Added special case for Inbox vs INBOX bug creation ("Couldn't create folder [Inbox] from [INBOX]: 143 NO INBOX already exists!")
- Adapted regression tests for good_date() when no zone is given.
- Bugfix. intarnal date needs zone data. Default to  +0000.
- Bugfix. Starttls() only for 2.2.9
- Fix. Removed a debug print always printed.
- Bugfix. Changed the way imapsync knows whether a folder exists or not. Exchange might be happy and stop deconnecting for this reason.
- Added a warning and die if --usecache and one of  --maxsize--minsize --maxage --minage is used.
- Bugfix. Reconnections are well done in tls mode now.
- Zimbra 5.0.24_GA_3356.RHEL4 [host1]
- Exchange 2010 SP1 RU2 [host2]
- Added --debugsleep to have to play will kill and reconnections.
* Mon May 16 2011 Nick Bebout <nb at fedoraproject.org> - 1.422-1
- Added --debugLIST to track messages list uid or number only.
- Bugfix: a lack of variable initialisation caused to fetch no existing messages.
-  The APPEND error then the FETCH 0 byte error may be fixed now.
- relogin1 before each folder select.
- --splitX are set into sub login_imap() now.
- Added --relogin1 option (--relogin1 5) to force a reconnection when FETCH message fails on host1.
- Added --debugcontent to avoid debugging content (can be big) with --debug option.
- Added --debugflags to permit flag debugging only.
- Added --flagsCase to correct flag case that are not RFC compliant \SEEN -> \Seen (on by default).
- Added output to track 0 byte messages during the fetch on host1.
- Bugfix. --proxyauth2 was setting proxyauth1!
-  Thanks to Denis BREAN!
- MDaemon 12
- Exchange 6.5 host1
- Bugfix. Modified create_folder() to avoid Inbox -> INBOX problem ("already exists").
- Bugfix. --maxsize --minsize now work with --useuid
- Bugfix. flag sync of already transfered messages now take care of --maxsize --minsize options.
- --delete2 implies --expunge2 now unless --noexpunge2 is given.
- exit if --delete and --delete2 are given together.
- Same behavior for --expunge or --expunge1.
- Added 0 length message tracking when fetching host1.
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This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update imapsync' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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