klimpong at gmail.com
Fri May 30 15:13:19 CEST 2008
On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 2:59 PM, Robin Elfrink <elfrink at introweb.nl> wrote:
> Robin Elfrink wrote:
>> The way I read it is that double quote, single quote, AND the delimiter
>> should be escaped.
> Scratch that. It's escaped because it's the escape character :)
> Interestingly, my primary server, running Dovecot, using '.' as
> delimiter, allows Thunderbird to create a folder 'test.test', resulting
> in a 'hidden' parent 'test' containing folder 'test'.
> My brand new server, running dbmail, using '/' as delimiter, does the
> same when creating 'test/test'.
> But both give a warning when renaming a random folder to
> "The / character is reserved on this imap server."
> I'd vote for simply not allowing the delimiter to be used when
> creating/renaming a folder. Creating a 'hidden' folder like Thunderbird
> does, but giving an error on renaming, seems confusing to me.
In this case,why not create the top test and then a sub test? That
sounds consistent. I wouldn't add a hidden folder.
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