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Re: [imapsync] Re: [bug] imapsync; Uninitialized value

From Gilles LAMIRAL <gilles dot lamiral at laposte dot net>
Subject Re: [imapsync] Re: [bug] imapsync; Uninitialized value
Date Thu, 12 Jul 2012 23:27:41 +0200

Hi Dave,

Let me try again. It's my understanding that:

* --fast is equivalent to --nofoldersizes


* The *only* effect of omitting --fast and --nofoldersizes is that
   imapsync calculates and prints folder sizes.

The correct sentence for my brain is: The *only* effect of omitting --fast and --nofoldersizes is then imapsync doesn't calculate and doesn't print folder sizes. Or I would replace "omitting" by "using" in yours.

I think you use an idiomatic expression I'm not familiar with.

The presence
   or absence of either of these options does not change which messages
   are copied or deleted during synchronization.


* Therefore, unless I have a specific interest in seeing the folder
   sizes, I should always pass --fast on the command line.



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