Re: [Evolution] Quick tool to import a directory of mbox-style files
- From: NotZed <notzed helixcode com>
- To: fejj helixcode com
- Cc: jra twinight org (Joe Ammond), evolution helixcode com
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Quick tool to import a directory of mbox-style files
- Date: Tue, 1 Aug 2000 09:08:52 -0400 (EDT)
Naah its completely safe. mbox will add an X-Evolution header
if it doesn't see one and index the message to boot on its first
I'm not sure that's a good idea because Evolution adds it's own headers
(X-Evolution) to the header when you use it's import feature, copying the
files to the evolution directory may work but there may be problems
Dan, any comments?
On Mon, 31 Jul 2000, Joe Ammond wrote:
Date: Mon, 31 Jul 2000 14:49:42 -0400
To: evolution helixcode com
From: Joe Ammond <jra twinight org>
Subject: [Evolution] Quick tool to import a directory of mbox-style files
I wanted to import my old ~/Mail directory with 15+ years of stored mail
into Evolution (a nice stress-test), so I came up with this quick and
dirty hack to mass-import a directory of mbox-style files and
into the specified Evolution folder. I'm sending it here in case it
be useful to other Evolution users.
Useage: mbox-import /path/to/evolution/local/foldername. It reads all
files and subdirectories, and copies them into the specified folder. It
descends into subdirectories and does the Right Thing (I hope). Each
mbox file is created as a subfolder of the specified folder, with
subdirectories created as sub-subfolders.
Caveats: Only been tested with mbox-style folders. Will copy any file,
regardless of whether it's an mbox folder. Copies, not moves. Shouldn't
touch the original files. Only tested on my machines (RH6.2, Solaris 7).
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