On Sat, Apr 14, 2018 at 02:36:07PM -0300, Nicolás Alvarez wrote:
> El 14 abr. 2018, a la(s) 11:01, cr <c...@orcon.net.nz> escribió:
> > 
> > One possible snag I can see is that kmail has created, in each folder such 
> > as 'cars', subfolders called 'cur', 'new' and 'tmp'. Typically 'tmp' is 
> > empty but both 'cur' and 'new' are full of messages. How does kmail (or 
> > akonadi?) assign messages to 'cur' or 'new'? If it arbitrarily shifts 
> > messages from one to the other then my copying idea will likely result in 
> > numerous duplicate messages.
> >  
> > I've tried the Kmail documentation but it doesn't seem to throw any light 
> > on this.
> 
> It's the standard Maildir format. 'new' has unread messages, 'cur' has read 
> messages. They will be moved between folders when you mark messages as read 
> or unread.

I use KMail only on my IMAP server and sync that to my machine using
Offlineimap. But once on my harddrive, my scenario is the same as yours:
read mail from one Maildir tree on several machines at the same time.

My approach is to use the syncing solution called Unison. That way I can
read and edit Mail on both machines, and unison detects all the changes in
the file system, including mail that was moved from new to cur after it was
read. As long as I don’t edit the same mail on both machines, Unison works
perfectly with this.

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