Fedora Update Notification
2008-06-25 00:47:28

Name        : offlineimap
Product     : Fedora 9
Version     : 6.0.0
Release     : 1.fc9.1
URL         : http://software.complete.org/offlineimap/
Summary     : Powerful IMAP/Maildir synchronization and reader support
Description :
OfflineIMAP is a tool to simplify your e-mail reading. With OfflineIMAP,
you can read the same mailbox from multiple computers.  You get a
current copy of your messages on each computer, and changes you make one
place will be visible on all other systems. For instance, you can delete
a message on your home computer, and it will appear deleted on your work
computer as well. OfflineIMAP is also useful if you want to use a mail
reader that does not have IMAP support, has poor IMAP support, or does
not provide disconnected operation.

Update Information:

Upstream release announcement:    Changes from 4.0.x include:    New features
include re-scanning remote folder names at every sync run, new machine-parsable
user interface, PID file generation, new -q (quick) option, Maildir performance
increases, support for username/password in netrc file, new -f option for
syncing only selected folders, new -k option to override config options, new
special support for GMail, new Kerberos support.    Code cleanups include
dropping internal imaplib.py, dropping all Tk interfaces.    Bug fixes include
improved interaction with Dovecot, improved  filesystem syncing, UID validitiy
diagnostics improvement,  preauthtunnel cleanups, potential Maildir race fix,
fixes for servers that return UIDs in some but not all FETCH responses, better
read-only support, enhancements when local folders are deleted.    Thanks to all
the many people that contributed to this release.

* Wed Jun 18 2008 Till Maas <opensource till name> - 6.0.0-1.1
- bump release because of tagging mistake
* Wed Jun 18 2008 Till Maas <opensource till name> - 6.0.0-1
- Update to latest release

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update offlineimap' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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