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mbxcopy

Langue: en

Version: 112283 (mandriva - 01/05/08)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

mbxcopy, mbxmove - copy or move messages to a new mailbox

SYNTAX

mbxcopy source destination

mbxmove source destination

DESCRIPTION

mbxcopy and mbxmove transfer messages from the named source mailbox to the named destination mailbox.

mbxmove removes (deletes and expunges) the messages the messages from the source mailbox after transferring them to the destination mailbox.

mbxcopy and mbxmove require that the source mailbox exists and that the destination mailbox not exist. The destination mailbox will be created automatically.

The mailbox name argument is a standard c-client mailbox name. A variety of mailbox name formats and types of mailboxes are supported by c-client; examples of the most common forms of names are:

Name
Meaning
INBOX
primary incoming mail folder on the local system
archive/tx-project
mail folder named "tx-project" in "archive" subdirectory of local filesystem home directory
{imapserver.foo.com}archive/tx-project
mail folder named "tx-project" in "archive" subdirectory on IMAP server system "imapserver.foo.com"
#news.comp.mail.misc
newsgroup "comp.mail.misc" on local filesystem. This is only useful as a source mailbox. mbxmove will mark the transferred messages in the user's .newsrc file.
{newserver.foo.com/nntp}comp.mail.misc
newsgroup "comp.mail.misc" on NNTP server system "newserver.foo.com" This is only useful as a source mailbox. mbxmove will mark the transferred messages in the user's .newsrc file.
{popserver.foo.com/pop3}
mail folder on POP3 server system "popserver.foo.com". This is only useful as a source mailbox.

See your system manager for more information about the types of mailboxes which are available on your system.

RESTRICTIONS

You must surround a {host}mailbox form mailbox name with quotation marks if you run mbxcopy from csh(1) or another shell for which braces have special meaning.

AUTHOR

Mark Crispin, MRC@CAC.Washington.EDU

SEE ALSO

chkmail (1)
imapcopy (1)
mbxcvt (1)
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effectué une abrupte plongée vers l'infiniment petit. Ses instruments
ont, eux, connu la progression inverse : de plutôt petits, ils sont
devenus géants. C'est au cours des années trente que de nouveaux moyens
techniques ont fait éclater les murs des laboratoires de physiques.
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