interimap (0.5) upstream;
* interimap: when matching mailbox names against the 'ignore-mailbox'
pattern, the hierarchy delimiter is substituted with a null character
before hand. For instance one should now use '^virtual(?:\x00|$)' to
exclude the mailbox named 'virtual' as well as its descendants
(regardless of the hierarchy delimiter in use).
* interimap: the space-speparated list of names and/or patterns in
'list-mailbox' can now contain C-style escape sequences (backslash
and hexadecimal escape).
* interimap: fail when two non-INBOX LIST replies return different
separators. This never happens for a single LIST command, but may
happen if mailboxes from different namespaces are being listed. The
workaround here is to run a new interimap instance for each
* libinterimap: in tunnel mode, use a socketpair rather than two pipes
for IPC between the interimap and the IMAP server. Also, use
SOCK_CLOEXEC to save an fcntl() call when setting the close-on-exec
flag on the socket.
* interimap: new option 'list-reference' to specify a reference name.
This is useful for synchronizing multiple remote servers against
different namespaces belonging to the same local IMAP server (using a
different InterIMAP instance for each local namespace <-> remote
synchronization, for instance with the newly provided systemd
template unit file).
* Add a test-suite. (Requires dovecot-imapd, pkill(1) and xxd(1).)
* Completely refactor the documentation. In particular, move manpages
to a new 'doc' directory, and generate HTML documentation with `make
+ interimap: write which --target to use in --delete command
+ interimap: avoid caching hierarchy delimiters forever in the
database. Instead, use null characters internally, and substitute
them with the local and remote hierarchy delimiters (which thus no
longer need to match) for IMAP commands. This require a database
schema upgrade to alter the mailbox name column type from TEXT to
+ interimap: use the 'user_version' SQLite PRAGMA for database schema
+ interimap, pullimap: in the manpage, clarify that the tunnel command
is run following Perl's `exec` semantics: it is passed to `/bin/sh -c`
when it contains shell metacharacters; and split into words and passed
to execvp(3) otherwise.
+ interimap, pullimap: redact AUTHENTICATE and LOGIN commands in
--debug mode in order to avoid inadvertently receiving credentials in
bug reports. --debug can be set twice to spell out these commands in
- libinterimap: bugfix: hierarchy delimiters in LIST responses were
returned as an escaped quoted special, like "\\", not as a single
character (backslash in this case).
- libinterimap: the parser choked on responses with non-quoted/literal
astring containing ']' characters. And LIST responses with
non-quoted/literal list-mailbox names containing '%', '*' or ']'
- libinterimap: quote() the empty string as "" instead of a 0-length
literal. (This saves 3 bytes + one round-trip on servers not
supporting non-synchronizing literals, and 4 bytes otherwise.)
- interimap: unlike what the documentation said, spaces where not
allowed in the 'list-select-opts' configuration option, so at maximum
one selector could be used for the initial LIST command.
- interimap: unlike what the documentation said, 'ignore-mailbox' was
not ignored when names were specified as command line arguments.
- interimap: accept comma-separated values for --target.
- interimap: --rename of a \NonExistent mailbox didn't trigger a RENAME
command on the local/remote IMAP servers, nor an update of the
- interimap: don't try to delete \NoSelect mailboxes (it's an error per
RFC 3501 sec. 6.3.4).
- interimap: SQLite were not enforcing foreign key constraints (setting
the 'foreign_keys' PRAGMA during a transaction is a documented no-op).
- interimap: fix handling of mod-sequence values greater or equal than
2 << 63.
- libinterimap: use directories relative to $HOME for the XDG
environment variables default values. Previously getpwuid() was
called to determine the user's home directory, while the XDG
specification explicitely mentions $HOME. Conveniently our docs
always mentioned ~/, which on POSIX-compliant systems expands to the
value of the variable HOME. (Cf. Shell and Utilities volume of
POSIX.1-2017, sec. 2.6.1.)
-- Guilhem Moulin <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 10 May 2019 00:58:14 +0200
interimap (0.4) upstream;
* pullimap: replace non RFC 5321-compliant envelope sender addresses
(received by the IMAP FETCH ENVELOPE command) with the null address
* pullimap, interimap: take configuration filename (default: "config")
relative to $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/$NAME (or ~/.config/$NAME), to comply
with the XDG specification. Thus the previous default config file
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/$NAME should become $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/$NAME/config.
* Library: add support for TLSv1.3 (on recent enough Net::SSLeay), and
change "SSL_protocols" default value from "!SSLv2 !SSLv3" to "!SSLv2
!SSLv3 !TLSv1 !TLSv1.1".
+ Library: new API idle_start() and idle_stop().
+ Add support for untagged ESEARCH responses from RFC 4731.
+ pullimap: Use extended SEARCH commands (RFC 4731) if supported by
the server to search old mail and EXPUNGE them.
+ pullimap, interimap: don't autocreate statefile or database in
long-lived mode (when --watch or --idle is set). Instead, an error
is raised if the statefile or database doesn't exist.
- Ensure the lower bound of UID ranges is at least 1.
- Fix manpage generation with pandoc >=2.1.
- Specify minimum Perl and Net::SSLeay versions.
- interimap.service: use --watch=60 rather than --notify, because
dovecot's NOTIFY extension doesn't seem to work so well as of 2.2.27.
-- Guilhem Moulin <email@example.com> Sun, 20 Jan 2019 20:30:08 +0100
interimap (0.3) upstream;
+ New script 'pullimap', to pull mails from an IMAP mailbox and
deliver them to an SMTP session.
+ Convert manpage format from groff to pandoc.
+ interimap: Add support for IMAP NOTIFY [RFC 5465].
+ 'fingerprint' now only pins the cert's SPKI, not the cert itself
(require Net::SSLeay >=1.73).
- Fix byte count for compression streams.
- Add an option 'SSL_protocols' to list SSL protocols to enable or
disable. The default value, "!SSLv2 !SSLv3", enables only TLSv1
- Ensure "inbox" is always used in upper-case internally.
- Ensure the FD_CLOEXEC bit is 1 on sockets, logger and state files.
- Try again if connect(2) was interrupted.
- interimap: fix memory leak.
- interimap: use SQLite's own locking mechanism (instead of rolling
- interimap: when resuming a sync, only consider UIDs greater than a
-- Guilhem Moulin <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 01 Dec 2016 14:37:50 +0100
interimap (0.2) upstream;
* Add support for the IMAP COMPRESS extension [RFC4978]. By default
enabled for the remote server, and disabled for the local server.
* Add traffic statistics after closing the connection to the IMAP
* Add a configuration option 'null-stderr=YES' to send STDERR to
/dev/null for type=tunnel.
* Exit with return value 0 when receiving a SIGTERM.
* Add SSL options SINGLE_ECDH_USE, SINGLE_DH_USE, NO_SSLv2, NO_SSLv3
and NO_COMPRESSION to the compiled-in CTX options.
* Use SSL_MODE_AUTO_RETRY to avoid SSL_read failures during a
* Rename the 'SSL_verify_trusted_peer', 'SSL_ca_path', and
'SSL_cipher_list' options to 'SSL_CApath', 'SSL_verify' and
* Add an option 'SSL_CAfile' to specify a file containing trusted
certificates to use during server certificate authentication.
* Replace IO::Socket::SSL dependency by the lower level Net::SSLeay.
* Accept non-fully qualified commands.
* Replace IO::Socket::INET dependency by the lower lever Socket to enable
IPv6. (Both are core Perl module.)
* Add a configuration option 'proxy' to proxy TCP connections to the
* Set X.509 certificate purpose to 'SSL Server' for SSL_verify=YES.
* Display the certificate chain, SSL protocol and cipher in debug
* Bug fix: don't delete the lockfile if another instance of interimap
* Display source UIDs upon APPEND. Previously only target UIDs where
displayed in non-debug mode.
-- Guilhem Moulin <email@example.com> Wed, 09 Sep 2015 00:44:35 +0200
interimap (0.1) upstream;
* Initial public release. Development was started in July 2015.
-- Guilhem Moulin <firstname.lastname@example.org> Mon, 07 Sep 2015 17:14:42 +0200