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    sirio81 is offline Senior Member
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    Default messages with negative id

    Hi all, could you please tell me why some of my messages have negative id?


    Code:
    zmmailbox -z -m valerio search -l 1000 'before:"01/01/2010"'
    
    257.  -418  conv   Valerio               subject1                          04/08/09 09:37
    258.   416  conv   Valerio (2)           subject2                             04/07/09 11:46

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    stasouv is offline Active Member
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    Actually that is a question I used to have until yesterday...

    It comes out that all messages listed with zmmailbox command have a negative id.
    Those items listed without a negative id are actually conversations, not messages.

    So, for instance, if you have for user some listing like:
    11023
    -11022
    -11021
    11020

    and you want to delete those, you should do

    zmmailbox -z -m user dm 11022,11021 (this is deleteMessage)

    and

    zmmailbox -z -m user dc 11023,11020 (this is deleteConversation)

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    sirio81 is offline Senior Member
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    Great! Thank you!

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