On Sun, Sep 10, 2006 at 11:21:21PM IST, Kevin Philp
<kevin at cybercolloids.net> incoherently babbled:
> The pain with KMail is it seems to
> have a complicated system so when you create a folder - say MyFolder it
> generates a MyFolder subdirectory and a .MyFolder subdirectory as well.
> If it just created a simple folder structure then Dovecot could use the
> files as they are.
This sounds like Kmail is creating the corresponding IMAP tree structure
for each folder you create with it.
For example, (on my dovecot powered IMAP server), I see an IMAP tree
which is stored as:
So you might want to consider keeping the .MyFolder directories you are
seeing. Or hack together a script to symlink .MyFolder to MyFolder, if
you want to save disk space
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