Hi Sebastian,

 I also use mbsync + notmuch

 here is mbsync config for my personal Gmail mailbox:
 =====================================================
 SyncState *

 IMAPAccount aaermo...@gmail.com
 Host imap.gmail.com
 User aaermo...@gmail.com
 PassCmd "gpg2 -q --for-your-eyes-only --no-tty -d 
~/docs/enc/cred/aaermo...@gmail.com.gpg"
 CertificateFile /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt
 SSLType IMAPS

 IMAPStore aaermo...@gmail.com-remote
 Account aaermo...@gmail.com

 MaildirStore aaermo...@gmail.com-local
 Path ~/Maildir/aaermo...@gmail.com/
 Inbox ~/Maildir/aaermo...@gmail.com/INBOX
 SubFolders Verbatim

 MaildirStore aaermo...@gmail.com-archive
 Path ~/Maildir/archive-aaermo...@gmail.com/

 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-archive
 Master ":aaermo...@gmail.com-remote:[Gmail]/All Mail"
 Slave ":aaermo...@gmail.com-archive:Archive"
 Create Slave
 SyncState *
 Sync Push Flags

 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-trash
 Master ":aaermo...@gmail.com-remote:[Gmail]/Trash"
 Slave ":aaermo...@gmail.com-archive:Trash"
 Create Slave
 Sync All

 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-drafts
 Master ":aaermo...@gmail.com-remote:[Gmail]/Drafts"
 Slave ":aaermo...@gmail.com-local:Drafts"
 Create Slave
 Sync All
 Expunge Both

 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-sent
 Master ":aaermo...@gmail.com-remote:[Gmail]/Sent Mail"
 Slave ":aaermo...@gmail.com-local:Sent"
 Create Slave
 Sync All
 Expunge Both

 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-inbox
 Master ":aaermo...@gmail.com-remote:INBOX"
 Slave ":aaermo...@gmail.com-local:INBOX"
 Create Slave
 Sync All
 Expunge Both

 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-user-labels
 Master :aaermo...@gmail.com-remote:
 Slave :aaermo...@gmail.com-local:
 Create Slave
 Sync All
 Patterns "*" "!Drafts" "!Sent" "!Trash" "![Gmail]*" "!INBOX" "!Lists*" "!Cron*"
 Expunge Both

 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-mailing-lists-and-notifications
 Master :aaermo...@gmail.com-remote:
 Slave :aaermo...@gmail.com-local:
 Create Slave
 Sync All
 Patterns "Lists*" "Cron*"
 # MaxMessages 2000
 Expunge Both

 Group aaermo...@gmail.com
 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-trash
 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-inbox
 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-drafts
 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-sent
 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-user-labels
 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-mailing-lists-and-notifications
 Channel aaermo...@gmail.com-archive
 =====================================================

 But I also use imapfilter for trashed and spam messages management, so
 when I delete something locally, AFAIK it correctly propagates to Gmail.

 Here is imapfilter's config:
 =====================================================
 options.timeout = 120
 options.subscribe = true

 cmd_personal = io.popen('gpg2 -q --for-your-eyes-only --no-tty -d 
~/docs/enc/cred/aaermo...@gmail.com.gpg', 'r')
 out_personal = cmd_personal:read('*a')
 pass_personal = string.gsub(out_personal, '[\n\r]+', '')

 account_personal = IMAP {
  server = 'imap.gmail.com',
  username = 'aaermo...@gmail.com',
  password = pass_personal,
  ssl = 'ssl3'
  }

 trash_personal = account_personal['[Gmail]/Trash']:is_undeleted()
 account_personal['[Gmail]/Trash']:delete_messages(trash_personal)

 spam_personal = account_personal['[Gmail]/Spam']:is_unanswered()
 account_personal['[Gmail]/Spam']:delete_messages(spam_personal)
 =====================================================

 Cheers, Alex

PS Sorry for double posting, have forgot all recepients the first time.

Sebastian Fischmeister <sfisc...@uwaterloo.ca> writes:

> Hi,
>
> I use mbsync + notmuch to sync my gmail. The problem is that Google's
> IMAP implementation is non-standard and when I deleted a file locally,
> mbsync propagates the deletion, but gmail doesn't delete the
> message. 
>
> This is part of mbsync:
>
> SyncState *
> Sync All
> Expunge Both
> Create Both
>
> When I delete a message, the macro passes the tag 'delete'. Before
> syncing, the script runs:
>
> notmuch search --output=files tag:delete | xargs -l rm
>
> By playing with the IMAP settings in gmail, I got it so that the mail
> vanishes from the 'inbox' label, but it's still in 'All Mails'. I also
> tried moving it to a "[GMail]/Trash" folder locally and syncing that,
> but it didn't work.
>
> Any ideas?
>
>   Sebastian
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