Backup (archive) your Gmail IMAP folders.

mailutil transfer {imap.gmail.com/ssl/user=john@gmail.com} Gmail/
Copies an entire hierarchy of mailboxes from the named POP3/IMAP/etc. source to the named destination. Mailboxes are created on the destination as needed. NOTE: The 'mailutil' is Washington's University 'mailutil' (apt-get install uw-mailutils). More examples mailutil transfer {imap.gmail.com/ssl/user=you@gmail.com}INBOX Gmail/ ; mailutil check imap.gmail.com/ssl/user=you@gmail.com}\[Gmail\]/Spam If you use the utility in the first, append -v|-d flag(s) to the end the commands above (man mailutil).

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By: bogomips
2010-10-07 07:30:00

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