Op 22-09-16 om 09:46 schreef Michael Menge via Info-cyrus:
> Quoting Paul van der Vlis via Info-cyrus <email@example.com>:
>> Op 21-09-16 om 14:11 schreef Michael Menge via Info-cyrus:
>>> Quoting Paul van der Vlis via Info-cyrus
>>>> I am syncing many mailboxes from one IMAP server to another. Now I get
>>>> sometimes errors on mailbox names. I found out that Cyrus does not
>>>> accept brackets in a mailbox name. Is there documentation about what
>>>> characters are accepted in mailbox names??
>>> The allowed ASCII-Chars are defined in the macro GOODCHARS in
>>> non-ASCII-Chars are handled by RFC 3501 5.1.3.
>>> This subject has been discussed a few years ago on this list, and
>>> has been changed between cyrus versions.
>>> 2.2: #define GOODCHARS "
>>> 2.3: #define GOODCHARS "
>>> Master: #define GOODCHARS "
>> Thanks for your answer!
>> I am wondering about the dot. So far I know I cannot use it in a mailbox
>> name, but it is in the list.
> I suspect that your cyrus is configured to use the . as hierarchy
> see "unixhierarchysep:" in imapd.conf manpage for details.
Ah, I know about that.
But I think it's strange to have a dot in the list of GOODCHARS when
it's used as a hierarchy seperator...
>> And what's "master" exactly? So far I see, I cannot use e.g. brackets in
>> a mailbox name.
> Master is the name of the main development branch in git. A new branch for
> cyrus imapd 3.0 will be forked from the master branch with the release of
> the new version.
Ah sorry, now I understand.
Paul van der Vlis.
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