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On Thu, 3 Mar 2016, Tanstaafl wrote:

On 3/3/2016 10:18 AM, Davis, Felmon <> wrote:
On Mar 3, 2016 7:19 AM, "James Knott" <> wrote:
You should be able to configure your IMAP client to download messages
for "offline" mode.  There is also an archive function.

yeah, like I said, got to do my research again. at the time I was wrestling
with gmail

Google provides a way to download backups of all of your google stuff
(calendars, contacts and email) in one fell swoop:

thanks. actually I now recall getting this far but for some reason (perhaps distraction) didn't go further. they had just introduced it.

will look at it.

though I'd love an easy/easier way to mount a google-drive, but
that's a different matter and off-topic.

this is some kind of app?

this is not for mounting the drive in Linux. to do that you have to use a complicated job called ocamlfuse <>

it requires several minutes of compilation. it works fine on one laptop but I haven't gotten it to compile on one of other laptop.

well, there are other possibilities out there but research time for this stuff is scarce, for now one laptop is good enough.

thank you for the ideas! it's like a free lunch of insights!


Felmon Davis

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