Re: Multiple Accounts & Passwds - How Do I?
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Don't top post.
On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 01:21:27PM +1000, Marvin Pierce wrote:
> On Tue, 2004-04-20 at 12:53, Scott Lambert wrote:
> > On Tue, Apr 20, 2004 at 12:40:39PM +1000, Marvin Pierce wrote:
> > > Thanks for reply, I installed the debian package and here is what I've
> > > got and there is no such file:
> > Not by that exact name but:
> > > /usr/share/doc/offlineimap/examples
> > > /usr/share/doc/offlineimap/examples/offlineimap.conf.minimal
> > > /usr/share/doc/offlineimap/examples/offlineimap.conf.gz
> Been using Linux for 5-years and always check man pages, internet first
> before I ask for help. Here is the man (there is no example, statement
> of fact):
> Can I synchronize multiple accounts with OfflineIMAP?
> Sure. Just name them all in the accounts line in the
> general section of the configuration file, and add a per-account section
> for each one.
I'm not providing personal consulting services. Taking this back to the
Please allow me to quote the man page:
Here are some example configurations for various situations. Please e-
mail any other examples you have that may be useful to me.
MULTIPLE ACCOUNTS WITH MUTT
This example shows you how to set up OfflineIMAP to synchronize multi-
ple accounts with the mutt mail reader.
Start by creating a directory to hold your folders by running mkdir
~/Mail. Then, in your ~/.offlineimaprc, specify:
accounts = Personal, Work
Make sure that you have both an [Account Personal] and an [Account
Work] section. The local repository for each account must have differ-
ent localfolder path names. Also, make sure to enable [mbnames].
23:43:07 Mon Apr 19 $ pkg_info | grep offlineimap
offlineimap-4.0.0 Powerful IMAP/Maildir synchronization and reader support
...and that's a fact, Jack.
Scott Lambert KC5MLE Unix SysAdmin