Re: Moving messages from a local database of an expired IMAP account to folders in a different account

2022-06-09 Thread Luca via TBUDL
Luca via TBUDL:

> Stefan Tanurkov via TBUDL:
> 
> > Hello Luca,
> > 
> > Wednesday, June 8, 2022, 7:53:06 PM, you wrote:
> > 
> > > I have an expired IMAP account with lots of messages in the local 
> > > database. It
> > > seems that I cannot move or copy any message to a folder in a different
> > > account. The command "Message/Copy to folder..." doesn't work.
> > 
> > Yeah, if connection with the server cannot be established, you need to 
> > operate manually 
> > it is possible copy .TBB and .TBN files of an IMAP folder 
> > as Message.TBB 
> > and Messages.TBN of a local folder - they have the same format. 
> 
> I tried something like that, but database files in my IMAP account have
> extensions .EBB and .EBN. How should I handle them?

I got it! E stands for Encrypted, right? My error was that I didn't rename
them as Messages.EBB/EBN.

It works. Messages with no body still have some header fields visible in the
header list, good. 

Maybe Message/View source (F9) should work for no body messages too? It
doesn't, at the moment. 

Is there a reason why Message/Copy to folder... doesn't work even when body is
available?

What I really miss since ever is drag and drop of whole folders between
different accounts. Migrating a folder tree to a different account with TB has
always been a pain in the ass.

Thank you.

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Re: Moving messages from a local database of an expired IMAP account to folders in a different account

2022-06-09 Thread Luca via TBUDL
Stefan Tanurkov via TBUDL:

> Hello Luca,
> 
> Wednesday, June 8, 2022, 7:53:06 PM, you wrote:
> 
> > I have an expired IMAP account with lots of messages in the local database. 
> > It
> > seems that I cannot move or copy any message to a folder in a different
> > account. The command "Message/Copy to folder..." doesn't work.
> 
> Yeah, if connection with the server cannot be established, you need to 
> operate manually 
> it is possible copy .TBB and .TBN files of an IMAP folder as 
> Message.TBB 
> and Messages.TBN of a local folder - they have the same format. 

I tried something like that, but database files in my IMAP account have
extensions .EBB and .EBN. How should I handle them?

Tnx.

-- 
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The Bat! Professional Edition (OTFE) 9.5.1 64 bit

Luca - e-mail: p.stevens at libero.it



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Re: Moving messages from a local database of an expired IMAP account to folders in a different account

2022-06-09 Thread Stefan Tanurkov via TBUDL
Hello Luca,

Wednesday, June 8, 2022, 7:53:06 PM, you wrote:

> I have an expired IMAP account with lots of messages in the local database. It
> seems that I cannot move or copy any message to a folder in a different
> account. The command "Message/Copy to folder..." doesn't work.

Yeah, if connection with the server cannot be established, you need to operate 
manually - it is possible copy .TBB and .TBN files of an IMAP 
folder as Message.TBB and Messages.TBN of a local folder - they have the same 
format. The only problem that could occur is absence of downloaded message body 
or attachments... 



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Stefan Tanurkov



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Moving messages from a local database of an expired IMAP account to folders in a different account

2022-06-08 Thread Luca via TBUDL


I have an expired IMAP account with lots of messages in the local database. It
seems that I cannot move or copy any message to a folder in a different
account. The command "Message/Copy to folder..." doesn't work.

I can export/import messages via unix mailboxes actually, but is there a
quicker way? 

I would like to use the database files directly with a different account, but
I don't know if that's possible.

Tnx.

-- 
Windows 11 Home
The Bat! Professional Edition (OTFE) 9.5.1 64 bit

Luca - e-mail: p.stevens at libero.it



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