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    Right. Bug 16041 is what bit me. Turning off...

    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.
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    $Id: imapsync,v 1.190 2006/11/11 00:13:15 gilles...

    $Id: imapsync,v 1.190 2006/11/11 00:13:15 gilles Exp gilles $
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    Dovecot apparently...

    http://www.webmail.us/software
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    The exact invocation of imapsync I've been using...

    The exact invocation of imapsync I've been using is as follows:

    imapsync --nosyncacls --syncinternaldates --regexflag 's/ ?\$\$\$INDEXED###//' --authmech1 PLAIN --ssl1 --host1 $host1 --user1...
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    Thunderbird?

    Just to confirm... I see the problem when importing existing mail from another (non-Zimbra) server into a freshly built Zimbra box using imapsync. Thunderbird never touches the Zimbra machine...
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    one last question...

    Everything's working great... just wondering if receiving new mail in the account normally (not through imapsync) will trigger the bad behavior?
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    Works!

    Awesome. Works well. Thanks!
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    Addendum

    I should mention explicitly that I see the behavior on both RHEL and CentOS. On VMs with 768Mb - 1.5Gb of ram. I've also removed all mentions of UTF-8 from /etc/sysconfig/i18n on CentOS to work...
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    CentOS 4.4 imapsync problems

    Hey folks... this one's got me stumped. I'm prototyping a Zimbra Network Edition install on a 30 day trial of RHEL 4 and CentOS 4.4, both under VMware. Each installation is completely independent...
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    After a 'zmtlsctl both' and a 'tomcat stop;...

    After a 'zmtlsctl both' and a 'tomcat stop; tomcat start', everything's up and running.

    Thanks!
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    HTTPS on non-standard port

    During installation I set the HTTPS port to 1443 - the Zimbra installation is behind a NAT'ing firewall, and there are other services port-forwarded to 443. An nmap scan shows the following ports...
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