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The software is young and should thus be used with care in production environments.
Unlike OfflineIMAP It requires no IMAP server to be installed on the remote host. Moreover it never attempts to automatically resolve conflicts between incompatible mailbox statuses, it just notifies the user explaining how he can fix the problem.
Sync Mail Dir design is similar to the one of Maildirsync, but is more efficient in terms of CPU cycles and disk I/O.
Quick setup =========== For a quick setup, run the following commands: smd-push t smd-loop -t $(EDITOR) ~/.smd/config.default $(EDITOR) ~/.smd/loop Then, you will be able to run smd-pull, smd-push and smd-loop. If you need more documentation, read the README.
SYNC MAIL DIR ============= Sync Mail Dir (`smd`) is a set of tools to synchronize a pair of mailboxes in Maildir format. It is Free Software, released under the terms of GPLv3. It differs from other solutions in terms of performances and lower installation requirements. The widespread solution IMAP-server plus [OfflineIMAP](http://software.complete.org/software/projects/show/offlineimap) requir more»
mddiff(1) Sync Mail Dir (smd) documentation mddiff(1) NAME mddiff - computes diff for maildirs SYNOPSIS mddiff [--max-mailno mno] [--db-file dbf] [-v|--verbose] [-d|--dry-run] [--help] paths DESCRIPTION mddiff computes the delta from an old status of a maildir (previously recorded in a support file, called db file) and the more»
smd-client(1) Sync Mail Dir (smd) documentation smd-client(1) NAME smd-client - rec more»
smd-loop(1) Sync Mail Dir (smd) documentation smd-loop(1) NAME smd-loop - itera more»
smd-pull(1) Sync Mail Dir (smd) documentation smd-pull(1) NAME smd-pull - syn more»
smd-push(1) Sync Mail Dir (smd) documentation smd-push(1) NAME smd-push - syn more»
smd-server(1) Sync Mail Dir (smd) documentation smd-server(1) NAME smd-server - sen more»