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#!/usr/bin/python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (c) 2014, Menno Smits
# Released subject to the New BSD License
# Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BSD_licenses
import copy
import imp
import os
import random
import re
import socket
import string
import sys
import time
import unittest
from datetime import datetime
from email.utils import make_msgid
from imapclient.config import parse_config_file, create_client_from_config
from imapclient.exceptions import IMAPClientError
from imapclient.fixed_offset import FixedOffset
from imapclient.imapclient import (
IMAPClient,
DELETED,
RECENT,
_dict_bytes_normaliser,
SocketTimeout,
)
from imapclient.response_types import Envelope, Address
from imapclient.util import to_bytes, to_unicode
# TODO cleaner verbose output: avoid "__main__" and separator between classes
SIMPLE_MESSAGE = "Subject: something\r\n\r\nFoo\r\n"
# Simple address in To header triggers interesting Fastmail.fm
# behaviour with ENVELOPE responses.
MULTIPART_MESSAGE = """\
From: Bob Smith <bob@smith.com>
To: Some One <some@one.com>, foo@foo.com
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2010 16:45:32 +0000
MIME-Version: 1.0
Subject: A multipart message
Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="===============1534046211=="
--===============1534046211==
Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
<html><body>
Here is the first part.
</body></html>
--===============1534046211==
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
Here is the second part.
--===============1534046211==--
""".replace(
"\n", "\r\n"
)
SMILE = "\u263a"
MICRO = "\u00b5"
SMILE_MESSAGE = b"""\
Subject: stuff
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="UTF-8"
\xe2\x98\xba
""".replace(
b"\n", b"\r\n"
)
class _TestBase(unittest.TestCase):
conf = None
use_uid = True
@classmethod
def setUpClass(cls):
client = create_client_from_config(cls.conf)
cls.client = client
client.use_uid = cls.use_uid
cls.condstore_enabled = False
if client.has_capability("ENABLE") and client.has_capability("CONDSTORE"):
client.enable("CONDSTORE")
cls.condstore_enabled = True
cls.base_folder = cls.conf.namespace[0] + "__imapclient"
cls.folder_delimiter = cls.conf.namespace[1]
def setUp(self):
self.clear_test_folders()
self.unsub_all_test_folders()
self.client.create_folder(self.base_folder)
self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)
def tearDown(self):
self.clear_test_folders()
self.unsub_all_test_folders()
@classmethod
def tearDownClass(cls):
cls.client.logout()
def skip_unless_capable(self, capability, name=None):
if not self.client.has_capability(capability):
if not name:
name = capability
self.skipTest("Server doesn't support %s" % name)
def just_folder_names(self, dat):
if self.client.folder_encode:
gmail_special_prefix = "["
else:
gmail_special_prefix = b"["
ret = []
for _, _, folder_name in dat:
# gmail's "special" folders start with '['
if not folder_name.startswith(gmail_special_prefix):
ret.append(folder_name)
return ret
def all_test_folder_names(self):
return self.just_folder_names(self.client.list_folders(self.base_folder))
def all_sub_test_folder_names(self):
return self.just_folder_names(self.client.list_sub_folders(self.base_folder))
def clear_test_folders(self):
# Some servers (e.g. newer Dovecot) don't like it when you
# delete the currently selected folder.
try:
self.client.close_folder()
except IMAPClientError:
pass
self.client.folder_encode = False
folder_names = sorted(
self.all_test_folder_names(), key=self.get_folder_depth, reverse=True
)
for folder in folder_names:
try:
self.client.delete_folder(folder)
except IMAPClientError:
if not self.is_fastmail():
raise
self.client.folder_encode = True
def get_folder_depth(self, folder):
# Sort folders depth first because some implementations
# (e.g. MS Exchange) will delete child folders when a
# parent is deleted.
return folder.count(self.folder_delimiter.encode("ascii"))
def clear_folder(self, folder):
self.client.select_folder(folder)
self.client.delete_messages(self.client.search())
self.client.expunge()
def add_prefix_to_folder(self, folder):
if isinstance(folder, bytes):
return (
self.base_folder.encode("ascii")
+ self.folder_delimiter.encode("ascii")
+ folder
)
else:
return self.base_folder + self.folder_delimiter + folder
def add_prefix_to_folders(self, folders):
return [self.add_prefix_to_folder(folder) for folder in folders]
def unsub_all_test_folders(self):
for folder in self.all_sub_test_folder_names():
self.client.unsubscribe_folder(folder)
def is_gmail(self):
return self.client._imap.host == "imap.gmail.com"
def is_fastmail(self):
return (
self.client._imap.host == "mail.messagingengine.com"
or self.client._imap.host == "imap.fastmail.com"
)
def is_exchange(self):
# Assume that these capabilities mean we're talking to MS
# Exchange. A bit of a guess really.
return (
self.client.has_capability("IMAP4")
and self.client.has_capability("AUTH=NTLM")
and self.client.has_capability("AUTH=GSSAPI")
)
def append_msg(self, msg, folder=None):
if not folder:
folder = self.base_folder
self.client.append(folder, msg)
if self.is_gmail():
self.client.noop()
class TestGeneral(_TestBase):
"""
Tests that don't involve message number/UID functionality.
"""
def test_alternates(self):
# Check alternate connection/login configurations.
for name, conf in self.conf.alternates.items():
try:
client = create_client_from_config(conf)
client.logout()
except Exception as err:
if conf.expect_failure:
if not re.search(conf.expect_failure, str(err)):
self.fail(
"connection test %r failed with %r, expected %r"
% (name, err, conf.expect_failure)
)
else:
self.fail(
"connection test %r failed unexpectedly with %r" % (name, err)
)
else:
if conf.expect_failure:
self.fail(
"connection test %r didn't fail, expected %r"
% (name, conf.expect_failure)
)
def test_capabilities(self):
caps = self.client.capabilities()
self.assertIsInstance(caps, tuple)
self.assertGreater(len(caps), 1)
for cap in caps:
self.assertTrue(self.client.has_capability(cap))
self.assertFalse(self.client.has_capability("WONT EXIST"))
def test_namespace(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("NAMESPACE")
def assertNoneOrTuple(val):
assert val is None or isinstance(val, tuple), (
"unexpected namespace value %r" % val
)
ns = self.client.namespace()
self.assertEqual(len(ns), 3)
assertNoneOrTuple(ns.personal)
assertNoneOrTuple(ns.other)
assertNoneOrTuple(ns.shared)
self.assertEqual(ns.personal, ns[0])
self.assertEqual(ns.other, ns[1])
self.assertEqual(ns.shared, ns[2])
def test_unselect_folder(self):
if not self.client.has_capability("UNSELECT"):
return self.skipTest("Server doesn't support UNSELECT")
resp = self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)
self.assertEqual(resp[b"EXISTS"], 0)
self.client.search(["ALL"])
self.client.unselect_folder()
# To ensure the folder has been selected, check we can't run .search()
with self.assertRaises(IMAPClient.Error):
self.client.search(["ALL"])
# It should not be possible to unselect a folder if none have been selected yet
with self.assertRaises(IMAPClient.Error):
self.client.unselect_folder()
def test_select_and_close(self):
resp = self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)
self.assertEqual(resp[b"EXISTS"], 0)
self.assertIsInstance(resp[b"RECENT"], int)
self.assertIsInstance(resp[b"FLAGS"], tuple)
self.assertGreater(len(resp[b"FLAGS"]), 1)
self.client.close_folder()
def test_select_read_only(self):
self.append_msg(SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
untagged = _dict_bytes_normaliser(self.client._imap.untagged_responses)
self.assertNotIn(b"READ-ONLY", untagged)
resp = self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder, readonly=True)
untagged = _dict_bytes_normaliser(self.client._imap.untagged_responses)
self.assertIn(b"READ-ONLY", untagged)
self.assertEqual(resp[b"EXISTS"], 1)
self.assertIsInstance(resp[b"RECENT"], int)
self.assertIsInstance(resp[b"FLAGS"], tuple)
self.assertGreater(len(resp[b"FLAGS"]), 1)
def test_list_folders(self):
some_folders = ["simple", b"simple2", "L\xffR"]
if not self.is_fastmail():
some_folders.extend([r'test"folder"', rb"foo\bar"])
some_folders = self.add_prefix_to_folders(some_folders)
for name in some_folders:
self.client.create_folder(name)
folders = self.all_test_folder_names()
self.assertGreater(len(folders), 1, "No folders visible on server")
self.assertIn(self.base_folder, folders)
for name in some_folders:
self.assertIn(to_unicode(name), folders)
# TODO: test LIST with wildcards
def test_gmail_xlist(self):
caps = self.client.capabilities()
if self.is_gmail():
self.assertIn(b"XLIST", caps, "expected XLIST in Gmail's capabilities")
def test_xlist(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("XLIST")
result = self.client.xlist_folders()
self.assertGreater(len(result), 0, "No folders returned by XLIST")
foundInbox = False
for flags, _, _ in result:
if rb"\INBOX" in [flag.upper() for flag in flags]:
foundInbox = True
break
if not foundInbox:
self.fail("INBOX not returned in XLIST output")
def test_subscriptions(self):
folders = self.add_prefix_to_folders(
[
"foobar",
b"foobar2",
"stuff & things",
b"stuff & things2",
"test & \u2622",
]
)
for folder in folders:
self.client.create_folder(folder)
self.client.subscribe_folder(folder)
server_folders = self.all_test_folder_names()
server_folders.remove(self.base_folder)
server_folders.sort()
self.assertListEqual(server_folders, sorted(self.all_sub_test_folder_names()))
for folder in folders:
self.client.unsubscribe_folder(folder)
self.assertListEqual(self.all_sub_test_folder_names(), [])
# Exchange doesn't return an error when subscribing to a
# non-existent folder
if not self.is_exchange():
self.assertRaises(
IMAPClientError,
self.client.subscribe_folder,
"this folder is not likely to exist",
)
def test_folders(self):
self.assertTrue(self.client.folder_exists(self.base_folder))
self.assertFalse(self.client.folder_exists("this is very unlikely to exist"))
folders = [
"foobar",
"123",
b"foobar",
b"123",
]
if not self.is_fastmail():
# Fastmail doesn't appear to like double quotes in folder names
folders.extend(
[
'"foobar"',
'foo "bar"',
b'"foobar"',
b'foo "bar"',
]
)
# Run folder tests with folder_encode off
self.run_folder_tests(folders, False)
# Now with folder_encode on, adding in names that only work
# when this is enabled.
folders.extend(
[
"test & \u2622",
"stuff & things",
b"stuff & things",
]
)
self.run_folder_tests(folders, True)
def run_folder_tests(self, folder_names, folder_encode):
self.client.folder_encode = folder_encode
try:
folder_names = self.add_prefix_to_folders(folder_names)
for folder in folder_names:
self.assertFalse(self.client.folder_exists(folder))
self.client.create_folder(folder)
self.assertTrue(self.client.folder_exists(folder))
self.assertIn(
to_unicode(folder) if folder_encode else to_bytes(folder),
self.all_test_folder_names(),
)
self.client.select_folder(folder)
self.client.close_folder()
self.client.delete_folder(folder)
self.assertFalse(self.client.folder_exists(folder))
finally:
self.client.folder_encode = True
def test_rename_folder(self):
folders = self.add_prefix_to_folders(
[
"foobar",
b"foobar2",
"stuff & things",
b"stuff & things2",
"123",
b"1232",
"test & \u2622",
]
)
for folder in folders:
self.client.create_folder(folder)
if isinstance(folder, bytes):
new_folder = folder + b"x"
else:
new_folder = folder + "x"
resp = self.client.rename_folder(folder, new_folder)
self.assertIsInstance(resp, bytes)
self.assertTrue(len(resp) > 0)
self.assertFalse(self.client.folder_exists(folder))
self.assertTrue(self.client.folder_exists(new_folder))
def test_status(self):
# Default behaviour should return 5 keys
self.assertEqual(len(self.client.folder_status(self.base_folder)), 5)
new_folder = self.add_prefix_to_folder("test \u2622")
self.client.create_folder(new_folder)
try:
status = self.client.folder_status(new_folder)
self.assertEqual(status[b"MESSAGES"], 0)
self.assertEqual(status[b"RECENT"], 0)
self.assertEqual(status[b"UNSEEN"], 0)
# Add a message to the folder, it should show up now.
self.append_msg(SIMPLE_MESSAGE, new_folder)
status = self.client.folder_status(new_folder)
self.assertEqual(status[b"MESSAGES"], 1)
if not self.is_gmail():
self.assertEqual(status[b"RECENT"], 1)
self.assertEqual(status[b"UNSEEN"], 1)
finally:
self.client.delete_folder(new_folder)
def test_idle(self):
if not self.client.has_capability("IDLE"):
return self.skipTest("Server doesn't support IDLE")
# Start main connection idling
self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)
self.client.idle()
try:
# Start a new connection and upload a new message
client2 = create_client_from_config(self.conf)
self.addCleanup(quiet_logout, client2)
client2.select_folder(self.base_folder)
client2.append(self.base_folder, SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
# Check for the idle data
# Notification can take a while to arrive. In the meantime we may
# receive some keep alive like (b'OK', b'Still here') that
# maintain the TCP connection opened.
start_time = time.time()
responses = []
while time.time() - start_time < 60:
responses = self.client.idle_check(timeout=10)
if (1, b"EXISTS") in responses:
break
finally:
text, more_responses = self.client.idle_done()
self.assertIn((1, b"EXISTS"), responses)
self.assertTrue(isinstance(text, bytes))
self.assertGreater(len(text), 0)
self.assertTrue(isinstance(more_responses, list))
# Check for IDLE data returned by idle_done()
self.client.idle()
try:
client2.select_folder(self.base_folder)
client2.append(self.base_folder, SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
time.sleep(10) # Allow some time for the IDLE response to be sent
finally:
text, responses = self.client.idle_done()
if not responses:
# The append was not yet picked by the other connection.
# This happens with some servers.
return
self.assertIn((2, b"EXISTS"), responses)
self.assertTrue(isinstance(text, bytes))
self.assertGreater(len(text), 0)
def test_noop(self):
self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)
# Initially there should be no responses
text, resps = self.client.noop()
self.assertTrue(isinstance(text, bytes))
self.assertGreater(len(text), 0)
self.assertEqual(resps, [])
# Start a new connection and upload a new message
client2 = create_client_from_config(self.conf)
self.addCleanup(quiet_logout, client2)
client2.select_folder(self.base_folder)
client2.append(self.base_folder, SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
# Check for this addition in the NOOP data
msg, resps = self.client.noop()
self.assertTrue(isinstance(text, bytes))
self.assertGreater(len(text), 0)
self.assertTrue(isinstance(resps, list))
self.assertIn((1, b"EXISTS"), resps)
class TestSocketTimeout(unittest.TestCase):
"""
Tests SocketTimeout instanciation and usage. We're overriding intentionally
the timeout from the config file with unrealistic numbers to do that without
altering other tests suite.
"""
conf = None
def setUp(self):
self.client = None
def tearDown(self):
if self.client:
quiet_logout(self.client)
def test_small_connection_timeout_fail(self):
self.conf.timeout = SocketTimeout(connect=0.001, read=10)
with self.assertRaises(socket.timeout):
self.client = create_client_from_config(self.conf)
def test_small_read_timeout_fail(self):
"""
For ease, the login operation use the read/write timeout. To make the
test pass, we don't login once connected but simply try a 'noop', that
should not be able to complete in under a such a small time.
"""
self.conf.timeout = SocketTimeout(connect=30, read=0.00001)
self.client = create_client_from_config(self.conf, login=False)
with self.assertRaises(socket.timeout):
self.client.noop()
def createUidTestClass(conf, use_uid):
class LiveTest(_TestBase):
"""
Tests could possibily involve message number/UID functionality
or change behaviour based on the use_uid attribute should go
here.
They are tested twice: once with use_uid on and once with it
off.
"""
def test_append_unicode(self):
self.check_append(SIMPLE_MESSAGE, SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
def test_append_bytes(self):
self.check_append(SIMPLE_MESSAGE.encode("ascii"), SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
def check_append(self, in_message, out_message):
# Message time microseconds are set to 0 because the server will return
# time with only seconds precision.
msg_time = datetime.now().replace(microsecond=0)
# Append message
resp = self.client.append(
self.base_folder, in_message, ("abc", "def"), msg_time
)
self.assertIsInstance(resp, bytes)
# Retrieve the just added message and check that all looks well
self.assertEqual(self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)[b"EXISTS"], 1)
resp = self.client.fetch(
self.client.search()[0], ("RFC822", "FLAGS", "INTERNALDATE")
)
self.assertEqual(len(resp), 1)
msginfo = tuple(resp.values())[0]
# Time should match the time we specified
returned_msg_time = msginfo[b"INTERNALDATE"]
self.assertIsNone(returned_msg_time.tzinfo)
self.assertEqual(returned_msg_time, msg_time)
# Flags should be the same
self.assertIn(b"abc", msginfo[b"FLAGS"])
self.assertIn(b"def", msginfo[b"FLAGS"])
# Message body should match
self.assertEqual(msginfo[b"RFC822"], to_bytes(out_message))
def test_flags(self):
self.append_msg(SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
msg_id = self.client.search()[0]
def _flagtest(func, args, expected_flags):
answer = func(msg_id, *args)
self.assertTrue(msg_id in answer)
answer_flags = set(answer[msg_id])
answer_flags.discard(RECENT) # Might be present but don't care
self.assertSetEqual(
answer_flags, set(to_bytes(f) for f in expected_flags)
)
base_flags = ["abc", "def"]
_flagtest(self.client.set_flags, [base_flags], base_flags)
_flagtest(self.client.get_flags, [], base_flags)
_flagtest(self.client.add_flags, ["boo"], base_flags + ["boo"])
_flagtest(self.client.remove_flags, ["boo"], base_flags)
def test_gmail_labels(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("X-GM-EXT-1", "labels")
self.append_msg(SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
msg_id = self.client.search()[0]
def _labeltest(func, args, expected_labels):
answer = func(msg_id, *args)
self.assertEqual(list(answer.keys()), [msg_id])
actual_labels = set(answer[msg_id])
self.assertSetEqual(actual_labels, set(expected_labels))
FOO = "_imapclient_foo"
BAR = "_imapclient_bar"
BAZ = "_imapclient_bÂz"
all_labels = [FOO, BAR, BAZ]
base_labels = [FOO, BAR]
try:
_labeltest(self.client.set_gmail_labels, [base_labels], base_labels)
_labeltest(self.client.get_gmail_labels, [], base_labels)
_labeltest(self.client.add_gmail_labels, [BAZ], all_labels)
_labeltest(self.client.remove_gmail_labels, [BAZ], base_labels)
finally:
# Clean up folders created by assigning labels.
for label in all_labels:
if self.client.folder_exists(label):
self.client.delete_folder(label)
def test_search(self):
# Add some test messages
msg_tmpl = "Subject: %s\r\n\r\nBody"
subjects = ("a", "b", "c")
for subject in subjects:
msg = msg_tmpl % subject
if subject == "c":
flags = (DELETED,)
else:
flags = ()
self.client.append(self.base_folder, msg, flags)
self.client.noop() # For Gmail
# Check we see all messages
messages_all = self.client.search("ALL")
if self.is_gmail():
# Gmail seems to never return deleted items.
self.assertEqual(len(messages_all), len(subjects) - 1)
else:
self.assertEqual(len(messages_all), len(subjects))
self.assertListEqual(self.client.search(), messages_all) # Check default
if not self.is_gmail():
# Delete behaviour is dependent on a setting with Gmail.
self.assertEqual(len(self.client.search("DELETED")), 1)
self.assertEqual(
len(self.client.search(["NOT", "DELETED"])), len(subjects) - 1
)
self.assertEqual(
len(self.client.search(["NOT", "DELETED", "SMALLER", 500])),
len(subjects) - 1,
)
self.assertEqual(
len(self.client.search(["NOT", "DELETED", "SMALLER", 5])), 0
)
self.assertEqual(
len(self.client.search(["NOT", "DELETED", "SUBJECT", "a"])), 1
)
self.assertEqual(
len(self.client.search(["NOT", "DELETED", "SUBJECT", "c"])), 0
)
# Exercise "raw" strings where all criteria are provided as a single string.
self.assertEqual(len(self.client.search('SUBJECT "a" NOT DELETED')), 1)
self.assertEqual(
len(self.client.search("NOT DELETED SUBJECT SMALLER 5")), 0
)
def test_search_with_modseq(self):
# CONDSTORE (RFC 4551) means that the server supports the
# MODSEQ search criteria and response.
if not self.client.has_capability("CONDSTORE"):
return self.skipTest("Server doesn't support CONDSTORE")
# Remember the initial MODSEQ
initial_modseq = self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)[
b"HIGHESTMODSEQ"
]
# Add a message so that the MODSEQ increases
self.append_msg(SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
# Ensure the message is seen and the new MODSEQ value is returned
ids = self.client.search(["MODSEQ", str(initial_modseq)])
self.assertEqual(len(ids), 1)
self.assertGreater(ids.modseq, initial_modseq)
def test_search_with_unicode(self):
self.client.append(self.base_folder, SMILE_MESSAGE)
self.assertEqual(
len(self.client.search(["BODY", SMILE], charset="UTF-8")), 1
)
self.assertEqual(
len(self.client.search(["BODY", MICRO], charset="UTF-8")), 0
)
# Try multiple criteria too
self.assertEqual(
len(
self.client.search(
["TEXT", SMILE, "NOT", "DELETED"], charset="UTF-8"
)
),
1,
)
def test_gmail_search(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("X-GM-EXT-1", "Gmail search")
random_string = "".join(random.sample(string.ascii_letters * 20, 64))
msg = "Subject: something\r\n\r\nFoo\r\n%s\r\n" % random_string
self.append_msg(msg)
self.append_msg(SMILE_MESSAGE)
ids = self.client.gmail_search(random_string)
self.assertEqual(len(ids), 1)
ids = self.client.gmail_search("s0mewh4t unl1kely")
self.assertEqual(len(ids), 0)
# Test encoded queries
ids = self.client.gmail_search(MICRO)
self.assertEqual(len(ids), 0)
ids = self.client.gmail_search(SMILE)
self.assertGreater(len(ids), 0)
def test_sort(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("SORT")
# Add some test messages
msg_tmpl = "Subject: Test\r\n\r\nBody"
num_lines = (10, 20, 30)
line = "\n" + ("x" * 72)
for line_cnt in num_lines:
msg = msg_tmpl + (line * line_cnt)
self.client.append(self.base_folder, msg)
messages = self.client.sort("REVERSE SIZE")
self.assertEqual(len(messages), 3)
first_id = messages[0]
expected = [first_id, first_id - 1, first_id - 2]
self.assertListEqual(messages, expected)
messages = self.client.sort("REVERSE SIZE", ["NOT", "DELETED"])
self.assertListEqual(messages, expected)
messages = self.client.sort("REVERSE SIZE", "NOT DELETED")
self.assertListEqual(messages, expected)
def test_sort_with_unicode(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("SORT")
self.append_msg(SMILE_MESSAGE)
messages = self.client.sort("ARRIVAL", ["TEXT", SMILE])
self.assertEqual(len(messages), 1)
messages = self.client.sort("ARRIVAL", ["TEXT", MICRO])
self.assertEqual(len(messages), 0)
def test_thread(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("THREAD=REFERENCES")
msg_tmpl = "Subject: %s\r\n\r\nBody"
subjects = ("a", "b", "c")
for subject in subjects:
self.append_msg(msg_tmpl % subject)
threads = self.client.thread()
self.assertEqual(len(threads), 3)
self.assertIsInstance(threads[0], tuple)
first_id = threads[0][0]
expected = ((first_id,), (first_id + 1,), (first_id + 2,))
self.assertTupleEqual(threads, expected)
threads = self.client.thread(criteria=["NOT", "DELETED"])
self.assertTupleEqual(threads, expected)
threads = self.client.thread(criteria="NOT DELETED")
self.assertTupleEqual(threads, expected)
def test_thread_with_unicode(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("THREAD=REFERENCES")
self.append_msg(SMILE_MESSAGE)
threads = self.client.thread(criteria=["TEXT", SMILE])
self.assertEqual(len(threads), 1)
self.assertEqual(len(threads[0]), 1)
threads = self.client.thread(criteria=["TEXT", MICRO])
self.assertEqual(len(threads), 0)
def test_copy(self):
self.append_msg(SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
target_folder = self.add_prefix_to_folder("target")
self.client.create_folder(target_folder)
msg_id = self.client.search()[0]
self.client.copy(msg_id, target_folder)
self.client.select_folder(target_folder)
msgs = self.client.search()
self.assertEqual(len(msgs), 1)
msg_id = msgs[0]
self.assertIn(
b"something", self.client.fetch(msg_id, ["RFC822"])[msg_id][b"RFC822"]
)
def test_move(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("MOVE")
self.append_msg(SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
target_folder = self.add_prefix_to_folder("target")
self.client.create_folder(target_folder)
found_messages = self.client.search()
msg_id = found_messages[0]
self.client.move(msg_id, target_folder)
self.assertEqual(len(self.client.search()), len(found_messages) - 1)
self.client.select_folder(target_folder)
msgs = self.client.search()
self.assertEqual(len(msgs), 1)
msg_id = msgs[0]
self.assertIn(
b"something", self.client.fetch(msg_id, ["RFC822"])[msg_id][b"RFC822"]
)
def test_fetch(self):
# Generate a fresh message-id each time because Gmail is
# clever and will treat appends of messages with
# previously seen message-ids as the same message. This
# breaks our tests when the test message is updated.
msg_id_header = make_msgid()
msg = ("Message-ID: %s\r\n" % msg_id_header) + MULTIPART_MESSAGE
self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)
self.append_msg(msg)
self.client.normalise_times = False
fields = ["RFC822", b"FLAGS", "INTERNALDATE", "ENVELOPE"]
msg_id = self.client.search()[0]
resp = self.client.fetch(msg_id, fields)
self.assertEqual(len(resp), 1)
msginfo = resp[msg_id]
extra_fields = [b"SEQ"]
if self.condstore_enabled:
extra_fields.append(b"MODSEQ")
self.assertSetEqual(
set(msginfo.keys()),
set([to_bytes(f) for f in fields] + extra_fields),
)
self.assertEqual(msginfo[b"SEQ"], 1)
self.assertEqual(msginfo[b"RFC822"], to_bytes(msg))
self.assertIsInstance(msginfo[b"INTERNALDATE"], datetime)
self.assertIsInstance(msginfo[b"FLAGS"], tuple)
self.assertSequenceEqual(
msginfo[b"ENVELOPE"],
Envelope(
datetime(2010, 3, 16, 16, 45, 32, tzinfo=FixedOffset(0)),
b"A multipart message",
(Address(b"Bob Smith", None, b"bob", b"smith.com"),),
(Address(b"Bob Smith", None, b"bob", b"smith.com"),),
(Address(b"Bob Smith", None, b"bob", b"smith.com"),),
(
Address(b"Some One", None, b"some", b"one.com"),
Address(None, None, b"foo", b"foo.com"),
),
None,
None,
None,
to_bytes(msg_id_header),
),
)
def test_partial_fetch(self):
self.client.append(self.base_folder, MULTIPART_MESSAGE)
self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)
msg_id = self.client.search()[0]
resp = self.client.fetch(msg_id, ["BODY[]<0.20>"])
body = resp[msg_id][b"BODY[]<0>"]
self.assertEqual(len(body), 20)
self.assertTrue(body.startswith(b"From: Bob Smith"))
resp = self.client.fetch(msg_id, ["BODY[]<2.25>"])
body = resp[msg_id][b"BODY[]<2>"]
self.assertEqual(len(body), 25)
self.assertTrue(body.startswith(b"om: Bob Smith"))
def test_fetch_modifiers(self):
# CONDSTORE (RFC 4551) provides a good way to use FETCH
# modifiers but it isn't always available.
if not self.client.has_capability("CONDSTORE"):
return self.skipTest("Server doesn't support CONDSTORE")
# Get the starting MODSEQ
modseq = self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)[b"HIGHESTMODSEQ"]
# Add a message so that the MODSEQ gets bumped
self.append_msg(SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
msg_id = self.client.search()[0]
# Request changes since the starting MODSEQ: this should
# return the new message.
resp = self.client.fetch(msg_id, ["FLAGS"], ["CHANGEDSINCE %d" % modseq])
new_modseq = resp[msg_id][b"MODSEQ"][0]
self.assertGreater(new_modseq, modseq)
# Now asked for changes since the MODSEQ on the added
# message. These shouldn't be any.
resp = self.client.fetch(
msg_id, ["FLAGS"], ["CHANGEDSINCE %d" % new_modseq]
)
self.assertEqual(resp, {})
def test_BODYSTRUCTURE(self):
self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)
self.append_msg(SIMPLE_MESSAGE)
self.append_msg(MULTIPART_MESSAGE)
msgs = self.client.search()
fetched = self.client.fetch(msgs, ["BODY", "BODYSTRUCTURE"])
# The expected test data is the same for BODY and BODYSTRUCTURE
# since we can't predicate what the server we're testing against
# will return.
expected = (
b"text",
b"plain",
(b"charset", b"us-ascii"),
None,
None,
b"7bit",
5,
1,
)
self.check_BODYSTRUCTURE(
expected, fetched[msgs[0]][b"BODY"], multipart=False
)
self.check_BODYSTRUCTURE(
expected, fetched[msgs[0]][b"BODYSTRUCTURE"], multipart=False
)
expected = (
[
(
b"text",
b"html",
(b"charset", b"us-ascii"),
None,
None,
b"quoted-printable",
55,
3,
),
(
b"text",
b"plain",
(b"charset", b"us-ascii"),
None,
None,
b"7bit",
26,
1,
),
],
b"mixed",
(b"boundary", b"===============1534046211=="),
)
self.check_BODYSTRUCTURE(
expected, fetched[msgs[1]][b"BODY"], multipart=True
)
self.check_BODYSTRUCTURE(
expected, fetched[msgs[1]][b"BODYSTRUCTURE"], multipart=True
)
def check_BODYSTRUCTURE(self, expected, actual, multipart=None):
if multipart is not None:
self.assertEqual(actual.is_multipart, multipart)
if have_matching_types(expected, actual, (list, tuple)):
# BODYSTRUCTURE lengths can various according to the
# server so compare up until what is returned
for pair in zip(expected, actual):
self.check_BODYSTRUCTURE(*pair)
elif expected == (b"charset", b"us-ascii") and actual is None:
pass # Some servers don't return a charset when it's us-ascii
else:
self.assertEqual(maybe_lower(expected), maybe_lower(actual))
def test_expunge(self):
self.client.select_folder(self.base_folder)
# Test empty mailbox
text, resps = self.client.expunge()
self.assertTrue(isinstance(text, bytes))
self.assertGreater(len(text), 0)
# Some servers return nothing while others (e.g. Exchange) return (0, 'EXISTS')
self.assertIn(resps, ([], [(0, b"EXISTS")]))
# Now try with a message to expunge
self.client.append(self.base_folder, SIMPLE_MESSAGE, flags=[DELETED])
msg, resps = self.client.expunge()
self.assertTrue(isinstance(text, bytes))
self.assertGreater(len(text), 0)
self.assertTrue(isinstance(resps, list))
if not self.is_gmail():
# GMail has an auto-expunge feature which might be
# on. EXPUNGE won't return anything in this case
self.assertIn((1, b"EXPUNGE"), resps)
def test_uid_expunge(self):
if not self.client.use_uid:
self.skipTest("test instance not configured for UID operations")
if self.is_gmail():
self.skipTest(
"Gmail's auto-expunge feature makes this hard to test there"
)
folder = self.add_prefix_to_folder("test_uid_expunge")
self.client.create_folder(folder)
self.client.select_folder(folder)
for i in range(3):
self.client.append(
folder, "Subject: msg %d\r\n\r\nbody %d\r\n\r\n" % (i, i)
)
messages = self.client.search()
self.assertEqual(len(messages), 3)
m0 = messages[0]
m1 = messages[1]
# delete 2 messages, but only expunge one of them
self.client.delete_messages([messages[0], messages[2]])
self.client.expunge(messages[2])
messages = self.client.search()
self.assertEqual(len(messages), 2)
self.assertIn(m0, messages)
self.assertIn(m1, messages)
def test_getacl(self):
self.skip_unless_capable("ACL")
folder = self.add_prefix_to_folder("test_acl")
self.client.create_folder(folder)
who = to_bytes(conf["username"])
rights = self.client.getacl(folder)
self.assertIn(who, [u for u, r in rights])
LiveTest.conf = conf
LiveTest.use_uid = use_uid
return LiveTest
def quiet_logout(client):
"""Log out a connection, ignoring errors (say because the connection is down)"""
try:
client.logout()
except IMAPClientError:
pass
def maybe_lower(val):
if isinstance(val, (str, bytes)):
return val.lower()
return val
def have_matching_types(a, b, type_or_types):
"""True if a and b are instances of the same type and that type is
one of type_or_types.
"""
if not isinstance(a, type_or_types):
return False
return isinstance(b, type(a))
def argv_error(msg):
print(msg, file=sys.stderr)
print(file=sys.stderr)
print(
"usage: %s <livetest.ini> [ optional unittest arguments ]" % sys.argv[0],
file=sys.stderr,
)
sys.exit(1)
def parse_argv():
args = sys.argv[1:]
if not args:
argv_error(
"Please specify a host configuration file. See livetest-sample.ini for an example."
)
ini_path = sys.argv.pop(1) # 2nd arg should be the INI file
if not os.path.isfile(ini_path):
argv_error("%r is not a livetest INI file" % ini_path)
host_config = parse_config_file(ini_path)
return host_config
def probe_host(config):
client = create_client_from_config(config)
ns = client.namespace()
client.logout()
if not ns.personal:
raise RuntimeError("Can't run tests: IMAP account has no personal namespace")
return ns.personal[0] # Use first personal namespace
def main():
host_config = parse_argv()
namespace = probe_host(host_config)
host_config.namespace = namespace
live_test_mod = imp.new_module("livetests")
sys.modules["livetests"] = live_test_mod
def add_test_class(klass, name=None):
if name is None:
name = klass.__name__
else:
klass.__name__ = name
setattr(live_test_mod, name, klass)
TestGeneral.conf = host_config
TestSocketTimeout.conf = copy.copy(host_config)
add_test_class(TestGeneral)
add_test_class(TestSocketTimeout)
add_test_class(createUidTestClass(host_config, use_uid=True), "TestWithUIDs")
add_test_class(createUidTestClass(host_config, use_uid=False), "TestWithoutUIDs")
unittest.main(module="livetests")
if __name__ == "__main__":
main()