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mswatch watches mailboxes for changes to know when to initiate mailbox syncs. Using mswatch, your mail synchronization program can be called on demand instead of through polling, resulting in prompter mail delivery and lower bandwidth usage and server load.
mswatch is designed to work in conjunction with mailbox synchronization programs, and currently supports watching Linux (2.4+) hosted Maildirs (including Maildir folders, Maildir++). Future support for additional mailbox formats, especially for mbox, is planned.
This package provides the watch_maildirs and inputkill tools for use on imap server hosts.
mswatch - watch mailstores for changes and initiate mailbox syncs http://mswatch.sf.net/ * About and Rationale mswatch is a command line unix program that keeps two mailboxes synchronized /more efficiently/ and with /shorter delays/ than periodically synchronizing the two the two mailboxes. mswatch watches mailboxes to know when to initiate mailbox syncs. Using mswatch, your mail synchronizatio more»
[1.2.0] - Add socketwatch program, to make mail synchronization more robust againt hangs (see mswatchrc.sample for use) - Add optional occasional mailbox polling ("poll_period" in .mswatchrc), to make mail synchronization more robust againt silent aborts - Add option to ignore changes to select mailboxes ("ignore" in .mswatchrc), to reduce overheads for rarely-checked, high-volume mailing l more»
inputkill(1) inputkill(1) NAME inputkill - run a command until standard input is closed SYNOPSIS inputkill [options] <command> [arguments ...] DESCRIPTION inputkill runs a given command until standard input is closed. inputkill passes on all file descriptors except for standard input; command is given no st more»
watch_maildirs(1) watch_maildirs(1) NAME watch_maildirs more»
mswatch (1.2.0-2.1) unstable; urgency=low * Non-maintainer upload. * Fix "ftbfs with GCC-4.7": more»
* watch_mboxes see subversion branches/watch_mboxes/ * watch_maildirs inotify_rm_watch() and inot more»
Chris Frost <email@example.com>
Tino Keitel for the motivation to implement per-mailbox sync delays. Mike Mammarella for helping des more»