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smd-pull(1) Sync Mail Dir (smd) documentation smd-pull(1)

NAME

smd-pull - syncs the local mail dir letting the remote one untouched

SYNOPSIS

smd-pull [-d|--dry-run] [-v|--verbose] [-s|--show-tags] [-t|--template-only] 
         [-n|--no-delete] [endpoint]

DESCRIPTION

smd-pull performs in the local maildir all the changes that were performed on remote one.

No changes are made on the remote maildir. Use smd-push(1) for that.

Refer to smd-config(5) for the configuration file format.

OPTIONS

-v --verbose
Verbose output
-s --show-tags
Machine readable output
-d --dry-run
Do not perform any action for real
-n --no-delete
Do not propagate deletions
-t --template-only
Just create a template configuration file if none
endpoint
Is the suffix for the name of the configuration file to use. If it is omitted, the configuration file ~/.smd/config.default is used.

FILES

~/.smd/config.* ~/.smd/hooks/pre-pull.d/ ~/.smd/hooks/post-pull.d/

SEE ALSO

mddiff(1), smd-server(1), smd-client(1), smd-push(1), smd-loop(1), smd-config(5)

AUTHOR

Enrico Tassi <gares@fettunta.org>
18 November 2015