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smd-translate - translates mailbox names according to predefined patterns
smd-translate [-m mode] [-d direction] endpoint mailbox
smd-translate translates mailbox names according to predefined patterns. It is designed to be used in the configuration file of smd-push(1) and smd-pull(1). Refer to smd-config(5) for a longer discussion on translators. Supported modes follow. oimap-dovecot This mode is designed to make the transition of offlineimap users to smd simpler. It assumes remote mailboxes are named like in the following: Maildir/cur Maildir/.sub.folder/new The corresponding local mailboxes are named like in the following: Mail/cur Mail/sub.folder/new nodots This mode simply gets rid of all dots. It assumes remote mailboxes are named like in the following: Maildir/cur Maildir/.sub.folder/new The corresponding local mailboxes are named like in the following: Mail/cur Mail/sub/folder/new move This mode just replaces the root of the mailbox, i.e. substitutes MAILBOX_LOCAL for MAILBOX_REMOTE and viceversa.
USAGE IN CONFIGURATION FILE
Assuming the MAILBOX_LOCAL configuration variable is set to Mail and the MAILBOX_REMOTE is set to Maildir, one can use the following configuration file snippet in ~/.smd/config.endpoint: TRANSLATOR_RL="smd-translate -m oimap-dovecot -d RL endpoint" TRANSLATOR_LR="smd-translate -m oimap-dovecot -d LR endpoint" To test your setup use the smd-check-conf(1) utility.
-m mode One of the supported modes listed above -d direction One of RL or LR endpoint Is the suffix for the name of the configuration file to use mailbox The mailbox name to translate
smd-push(1), smd-pull(1), smd-config(5), smd-check-conf(1)
Enrico Tassi <email@example.com> 17 March 2018 smd-translate(1)