what version of imapsync? version 1.2 breaks --internaldates
$Id: imapsync,v 1.190 2006/11/11 00:13:15 gilles Exp gilles $
I am getting the same thing with imapsync, migrating from Exim to Zimbra, using v1.219 of imapsync. This doesn't occur on all attachments, just some of the larger ones.
I noticed the previously mentioned bug was closed, should a new one be created for this ?
Instead of making a mess of updates & edits, I am adding a new post.
Occurred on two e-mail messages. Both e-mails contain 3 PDF attachments of 14MB average each. The problem is not attachment size as I already updated zimbraFileUploadMaxSize to resolve an earlier problem I was having. Also there were some messages which synced fine with attachments + overhead totaling closer to 80MB.Code:
Couldn't append msg #1019 (Subject:[sanitized subject line]) to folder INBOX: 1221 NO APPEND failed
Let me know if I can provide anything more of use.
Are you seeing convertd-related errors in mailbox.log? If so, this may be an instance of bug 16041.
Right. Bug 16041 is what bit me. Turning off attachment indexing during the imapsync, and later re-indexing the affected mailboxes was an effective workaround.
That bug will be fixed in 5.0 beta3.
Great. Are any of those bug fixes going to be backported to a 4.5.x release ? There are several which have affected us lately which are slated for 5.0.
As for the convertd.log there were some errors but I am not sure if they were from the same timing or not. I suspect it is safe to assume they were, as the symptoms I expected are identical to what the other mentions in this thread covered.
Thanks again !
Um, you can't; http://www.zimbra.com/forums/adminis...mand-line.html and Bug 15348 - zmprov should be able to control reindexing from the command lineQuote:
just use the admin console or command-line tools to reindex the imported mailboxes
Can anyone give me the 2-sentence cheat sheet on (I guess) reindex.pl? Looks like I'm going to want to reindex 3000 mailboxes. A few users have noticed that some migrated email that should show up in search results, doesn't.