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On 2010-04-12 10:24 AM, Mike Abbott wrote:
> Because the message in the IMAP server is brand-new, having just been
> composed by the user. For instance:
> 1. As the user composes a new message, the MUA saves the new message
> in the IMAP "Drafts" mailbox, possibly by using CATENATE (RFC 4469)
> and URLAUTH (RFC 4467) to compose it out of parts of other messages
> already on the IMAP server.
> 2. The MUA connects to Postfix and uses a BURL command instead of a
> DATA command.
> 3. Postfix connects to the IMAP server to retrieve the body of the
> message from the Drafts mailbox.
> 4. After receiving a positive response from Postfix, the MUA moves
> the message from the Drafts mailbox to the Sent mailbox.
How would this work for messages that are never saved to the Drafts folder?
In fact, I rarely save it to the drafts folder before sending...
-- Best regards, Charles