[Gllug] Rsync dovecot Maildir directories

gvim gvimrc at googlemail.com
Tue Apr 6 17:26:24 UTC 2010

On 06/04/2010 11:23, Michael-John Turner wrote:
> An alternative solution is to run an IMAP server on your laptop and
> synchronise that with your main IMAP server using imapsync[1].
> [1] http://freshmeat.net/projects/imapsync/
> -mj

Tried this but all I get is (sensitive data = ****):

$RCSfile: imapsync,v $ $Revision: 1.310 $ $Date: 2010/02/26 01:24:59 $
Here is a [darwin] system (Darwin mac 10.3.0 Darwin Kernel Version 10.3.0: Fri Feb 26 11:57:13 PST 2010; root:xnu-1504.3.12~1/RELEASE_X86_64 x86_64)
with perl 5.10.1
Mail::IMAPClient  3.23 and the module Mail::IMAPClient version used here is 3.23
Command line used:
/usr/bin/imapsync --dry --debugimap --host1 localhost --authmech1 LOGIN --user1 **** --password1 MASKED --host2 **** --authmech2 LOGIN --user2 **** --password2 MASKED
Temp directory is /var/folders/03/03wCqDDyEcWsP+Dgic6CN++++TM/-Tmp-
Turned ON syncinternaldates, will set the internal dates (arrival dates) on host2 same as host1.
Will try to use LOGIN authentication on host1
Will try to use LOGIN authentication on host2
Host1 imap server [localhost] port [143] user [****]
Host2 imap server [****] port [143] user [****]
Host1 connection
ERROR: IO::Socket::INET: connect: Connection refused
  at /usr/bin/imapsync line 3072
	main::myconnect('Mail::IMAPClient=HASH(0x100b2d5b0)') called at /usr/bin/imapsync line 808
	main::login_imap('localhost', 143, '****', '****', 1, undef, 0, undef, undef, ...) called at /usr/bin/imapsync line 767
Can not open imap connection on [localhost] with user [****]: IO::Socket::INET: connect: Connection refused

./syncimap.sh: line 14: Avoid: command not found
./syncimap.sh: line 25: PLAIN,: command not found
./syncimap.sh: line 37: syntax error near unexpected token `in'
./syncimap.sh: line 37: `                         in case both --include --exclude options are'

My Dovecot config uses defauilt PAM authentication.

Any ideas?

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