Perfect piece of software
Great tool for users migration between servers. Powerful, solid, easy to use, easily scriptable... A must have.
Perfect piece of software. It's just an awesome software to migrate IMAP servers and accounts. Thank you so much.
I was getting errors, neither server liked CRAM-MD5 until I specified --authmech1 PLAIN and --authmec2 PLAIN. Seems to be working now, however.
What 'dfens' has said appears to be incorrect. imapsync is under the WTFPL as per http://www.linux-france.org/prj/imapsync/COPYING - this license is listed on http://www.gnu.org/licenses/license-list.html as "... a free software license, very permissive and GPL-compatible." , and mentioned on http://www.opensource.org/minutes20090304 as "no different from dedication to the public domain". The author happens to require payment if you want a copy of the latest code FROM HIS SITE, but the terms of his license allow further redistribution (such as from rot13 uggcf://srqbenubfgrq.bet/eryrnfrq/vzncflap/ :)
It should somehow be noted, that this is now a commercial program. On http://www.linux-france.org/prj/imapsync/dist/ you can read, that you now have to pay to get access to the program.
Excellent. Migration worked easily. Now using to mirror two servers - works smoothly.
Awesome fast, also the status is synced, this program ROCKS :-)
Just migrated 1.352 accounts in a row, using --dry before messing up is highly recommended ;-)
What is the latest version of IMAPSYNC? I see in the Recent Releases, verison 1.286 is stated... but the downloads... the latest "modified" is 1.311, while the highest version is 1.99.
What's the most recent version?
@jwarnier Thanks for the heads-up, I updated the listing.
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