On Mon, 2011-07-25 at 23:30 +0100, Sam Sharpe wrote:
> On 25 July 2011 23:27, Chris Kottaridis <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On Mon, 2011-07-25 at 17:00 -0430, Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> >> There is no Junk mailbox. Junk is a virtual folder (similar to Trash
> >> but
> >> not identical). Junk mail is labelled as such on the IMAP server.
> >> Email
> >> clients that don't handle IMAP labels correctly will just see it as
> >> normal mail, since it's still in the Inbox.
> > OK, I figured it was something like that, a stupid cell phone client.
> > Still be interested in knowing where the INBOX is in a Maildir
> > environment. In dovecot.conf I have:
> > [Maildir]# ls
> > AA-inbox dovecot.index.cache dovecot-uidvalidity.4d1ac993 Sent
> > Accounts dovecot.index.log Fitness
> > subscriptions
> > Boating dovecot.index.log.2 Group Admin
> > Sysadmin
> > Computing dovecot-keywords Investing tmp
> > Contacts dovecot.mailbox.log Linux Trash
> > cur dovecot-uidlist Misc Trucks
> > dovecot.index dovecot-uidvalidity new XSpam
> > The AA-inbox is not it, that's a folder I created. So, it's not really
> > obvious out of this where the INBOX is.
> The Inbox is:
> Maildir/cur/ <- read messages
> Maildir/new/ <- unread messages
> You'll notice that the other folders themselves have cur and new
> folders, representing the same subset of messages in each IMAP folder.
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