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Email by mkoller 9 comments

My linux distro upgraded libwbxml from 0.9.2 to 0.11.2 and airsyndownload stopped compiling (complaining about class WBXMLTree). If course I locally compiled the old version of the lib so that I can still use airsyncdownload, but if could find some time it would be great if you could update your code to compile against current version of the lib. Thanks! - Jan 10 2015
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Email by mkoller 9 comments

I don't remember of specific errors, I think I always I stopped it after 5 min of inactivity. I'll use version 1.3 from now on, however it can take days before this problem appears again (if it ever does). If I see anything I'll let you know. Thanks for the very fast support. - Sep 28 2013
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Email by mkoller 9 comments

I use airsyndownload in a script that I run in the terminal. What still prevents me to add it in crontab is that the connection sometimes hangs (for unknown reasons ; it's not frequent so hard to test). I do not usually run airsyncdownload in --debug so I just face a hanged xterm with two options: either press ctrl-C (but the longer process time might be legitimate if it was slowly downloading an unusually large number of sizable attachments) or wait for a bit longer and face the same dilemma. What I could see until now is that after pressing ctrl-C, the next instance that I run manually works very fast as usual. So to me this means some packet got lost on the network and airsyncdownload would wait for it infinitely. The possibility of a hanged process (with an opened or locked mbox file on the disk which might cause problems at the next automatic execution) refrains me from executing airsyndownload without human supervision, which would be my goal -- automatically checking for emails as I do for regular POP/IMAP servers using getmail/procmail. Therefore I would like to know if there is a timeout that guarantees that airsyncdownload will actually terminate on connection problems (so I can set MAILCHECK or cron periodicity to a value strictly larger than the timeout), or if there could be a timeout in a future version. Thanks for your attention. - Sep 28 2013
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Email by mkoller 9 comments

Thanks for the update, airsyndownload 1.2 works for me. Just for your information the SLL error follows. (in --debug)

Quote:
sent ...
SSL Error:%sThe issuer certificate of a locally looked up certificate could not be found
SSL Error:%sThe root CA certificate is not trusted for this purpose
SSL Error:%sNo certificates could be verified
received ...

- Sep 28 2013
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Email by mkoller 9 comments

Hello, thanks for this tool, it works great for me, or at least it worked great until recently :-( One day the IT team at my place added one server for redundancy and when the second server is enabled then airsyncdownload does not work. This is reproducible. I had the IT guy just next to me, switching on and off the additional server from the web administration page of their Exchange 2013 setup. When the additional server is active, here is an example output :

$ airsyncDownload --allFolders --debug
[... I removed the long query ... ]
sent ...
received ...
HTTP result code: 0
ERROR:SSL handshake failed
https://webmail.XXXXXXX/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync?User=YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY&DeviceId=8adff2aa57c5419ea93a5ba1e4a7bfa2&DeviceType=SP&Cmd=Provision
ERROR: could not parse XML data

(XXXX and YYYY edited by me)

Meanwhile ExQuilla (proprietary Thunderbird extension) on the same linux computer works without trouble in all cases. Do you have suggestions for this? I'm available for tests if needed.
- Sep 27 2013