[Imap-protocol] what does UIDNOTSTICKY really mean?
arnt at gulbrandsen.priv.no
Sat Mar 17 10:20:54 PDT 2007
Bill Janssen writes:
> My system will persist UIDs until the the server is re-booted for some
> reason; that is, UIDVALIDITY may be different each time a mailbox is
> selected, though it's not likely to be. Depends on the frequency of
> selection. So UIDs tend to be persistent, but are not guaranteed to
> Should I send UIDNOTSTICKY, or not?
IMO you should not. UIDNOTSTICKY is a hint to clients that caching is
pointless, and in your case caching is useful (although not 100%
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