Experimental (attempted) FUSE filesystem to represent IMAP accounts
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tests Ensure we receive a status code 250 after successfully sending email Jan 23, 2009
LICENSE Add the 3-clause BSD license Jan 23, 2009
Makefile Start working on laying out the pretend-filesystem-tree into an N-ary… Jan 23, 2009
README
imapper.c Finish up the smtp sending test, which works for the most part. Jan 23, 2009
imapper.h Finish up the smtp sending test, which works for the most part. Jan 23, 2009
imuse.c Checkpointing, working on N-ary tree traversal code Jan 23, 2009
muse_send.c
muse_send.h
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muse_tree.h

README

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imuse is an experimental IMAP file-system for FUSE. The general idea behind the project is to present 
what equates to "networked data" as any other kind of "networked data" that we're used to (CIFS, 
AFS, AFP, SSHFS, FTP, etc), simply as a set of folders and files. 

The overall goal of the imuse project is to allow file-system-like traversal of an IMAP mailbox as if 
it were "just another filesystem" with emails being representated as simple files on the filesystem.

imuse uses the University of Washington IMAP library (commonly referred to as "c-client") which drives
applications like (Al)pine.