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Release Notes: A new --search option was added, allowing you to select messages with the powerful IMAP SEARCH command. What can be done is selection by dates, any flag, From, Subject, body string, any Header, sizes, uids, etc. Bugs were fixed to better handle folder creation, so it's no longer a failure when a folder "already exists" during its creation. The way imapsync deals with headers was improved so that message duplicate issues are now rare. Reconnections are well done in TLS mode now. Many other small bugfixes and usability improvements were made. The default behavior is now the best one for most cases.

Release Notes: Gmail IMAP is now supported. This version works fine under Windows XP, and works with Mail::IMAPClient 3.xx and 2.2.9. Many bugs were fixed.

  •  28 Jun 2008 21:19
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Release Notes: Some IMAP servers return a message size that is not equal to the real message size. Now imapsync accepts this silly behavior and leaves the message as is.

  •  07 May 2008 22:04
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No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  21 Apr 2008 01:48
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No changes have been submitted for this release.

  •  30 Oct 2007 02:56
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Release Notes: An infinite loop with bad hostnames is now avoided. The tool now works without patches on Windows. The help message was updated. A dependency on Date::Manip was added. Dovecot 1.0.0 [dest] success and Deerfield VisNetic MailServer 5.8.6 [from] success was added. --nofastio1 --nofastio2 is now used by default. The \Recent flag can now be uppercase.

  •  16 Feb 2007 00:46
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Release Notes: The way to store messages was rewritten to avoid freeze problems with some IMAP servers.

  •  27 Apr 2006 02:27
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Release Notes: Code cleanups.

  •  11 Mar 2006 07:10
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Release Notes: Code cleanups.

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