[Dovecot] UIDL match from 0.99.13 to 1.0-1.2
danield at igb.uiuc.edu
Thu Aug 9 16:43:06 EEST 2007
Why, yes, it does. Do I need to swap them ore delete X-IMAPbase, and is
there a utility to do that, or do I have to make one?
On Thu, 2007-08-09 at 12:53 +0300, Timo Sirainen wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-08-08 at 16:32 -0500, Daniel Davidson wrote:
> > I am moving from and old FC2 system to a new RHEL5 system and am having
> > trouble getting the UIDLs to move over right, mainly the UID.
> > I copy over the mailbox, and see the x-uid in the message is what it was
> > on the old server, but when I telnet in to check pop, it rewrites x-uid
> > in the message to something new, causing old messages to get downloaded
> > again, which is not what we want
> Then there's something in those headers that causes Dovecot to decide
> that they're wrong and they need to be rewritten. The rules have changed
> a bit since 0.99.
> One thing I can think of is: Does the first message have X-UID: header
> before X-IMAPbase: header?
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