1

Topic: IMAP LIST

Actually 2 questions: How to decrypt flags NAMESPACE of a command and where they are useful? How to look at hierarchy INBOX of a folder? Client: Execute: NAMESPACE Server: NAMESPACE (("~ /" "/")) NIL NIL Client: Execute: LIST """%" Server: LIST (\UnMarked \HasChildren) "/" "INBOX" LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Sent Items" LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Deleted Items" LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Drafts" LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Junk an E-mail" Client: Execute: LIST "INBOX" "%" Server: OK LIST completed

2

Re: IMAP LIST

S> How to decrypt flags NAMESPACE of a command and where they are useful? RFC 2342 S> how to look at hierarchy INBOX of a folder? As time starting with namespace and to look. There in RFC all very clearly is written.

3

Re: IMAP LIST

Hello, SkyDance, you wrote: S>> How to decrypt flags NAMESPACE of a command and where they are useful? SD> RFC 2342 S>> how to look at hierarchy INBOX of a folder? SD> as times starting with namespace and to look. SD> there in RFC all very clearly is written. All understood, the first pair a prefix and a separator for personal , the second pair for , the third for .

4

Re: IMAP LIST

Hello, SkyDance, you wrote: S>> How to decrypt flags NAMESPACE of a command and where they are useful? SD> RFC 2342 S>> how to look at hierarchy INBOX of a folder? SD> as times starting with namespace and to look. SD> there in RFC all very clearly is written. It turns out nothing, I try so Client: Execute: LIST """~/INBOX / %" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasChildren) "/" "INBOX" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Deleted Items" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Drafts" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Junk an E-mail" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Trash" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Sent Items" or here so Client: Execute: LIST "" "~ / %" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasChildren) "/" "INBOX" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Deleted Items" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Drafts" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Junk an E-mail" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Trash" Server: * LIST (\UnMarked \HasNoChildren) "/" "Sent Items" the same result. What else there are ways to look at all children in INBOX?

5

Re: IMAP LIST

S> it turns out Nothing, I try so So and it is simple LIST?> a2 LIST """*" * LIST (\HasNoChildren) "." "INBOX.Archive" * LIST (\HasNoChildren) "." "INBOX.Sent" * LIST (\HasNoChildren) "." "INBOX.Drafts" * LIST (\HasNoChildren) "." "INBOX.Trash" * LIST (\Marked \HasChildren) "." "INBOX"> a3 EXAMINE INBOX * FLAGS (\Draft \Answered \Flagged \Deleted \Seen \Recent) * OK [PERMANENTFLAGS ()] No permanent flags permitted * 811 EXISTS * 253 RECENT * OK [UIDVALIDITY 1383816791] Ok * OK [MYRIGHTS "acdilrsw"] ACL a3 OK [READ-ONLY] Ok S> What else is ways to look at all children in INBOX? Children - in sense ? For example, so:> a4 LIST "" "INBOX\*" * LIST (\HasNoChildren) "." "INBOX.Archive" * LIST (\HasNoChildren) "." "INBOX.Sent" * LIST (\HasNoChildren) "." "INBOX.Drafts" * LIST (\HasNoChildren) "." "INBOX.Trash" * LIST (\Marked \HasChildren) "." "INBOX" a4 OK LIST completed