Re: [MORG] I-D Action:draft-ietf-morg-list-specialuse-03.txt

Dan Karp <dkarp@zimbra.com> Tue, 16 November 2010 16:30 UTC

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> Also maybe this example should use "*" instead of "%":
> 
> C: t3 LIST (SPECIAL-USE) "" "%"
> S: * LIST (\Sent) "/" SentMail
> S: * LIST (\Marked \Drafts) "/" MyDrafts
> S: * LIST (\Trash) "/" Trash
> S: t3 OK done
> 
> And a small note that it's not required that the special-use mailboxes
> exist on root level (especially when server uses e.g. INBOX/ namespace
> prefix), and with "*" it's guaranteed to return all of them.

Along those lines, it might be good to have a RECURSIVEMATCH example in
the document.  Especially one that demonstrates multiple selection
criteria (e.g. "LIST (RECURSIVEMATCH SELECTED SPECIAL-USE) ...") and
a CHILDINFO extended data item.