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Isotope + Kuberentes
Introduction Isotope mail client is a free open source webmail application and one of the side projects in which I invested my spare time during the last year. You can read more about Isotope’s features in a previous blog post. Although there is still no official release, the application is quite stable and usable. In this post, I will show you how to deploy the application to a Kubernetes cluster. For the purpose of the tutorial I’ve used minikube + kubectl, but the same steps should be reproducible in a real K8s cluster. Traefik v1 Despite it’s not part of […]

Isotope Mail: How to deploy Isotope+Traefik into Kubernetes


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Yet another IMAP syncing tool Two years ago when I first released mnIMAPSync, there were several mail syncing tools available. The problem with most of them was that when performing incremental E-Mail backups or migrations, some of the e-mails, mostly the ones that didn’t conform the RFC, were being duplicated in the mirror server. This was due to invalid headers and invalid or non-existent message-id. With no tool available in hand, I had to code one myself that did the job correctly. The main differences with mnIMAPSync and the other tools available is that mnIMAPSync checks several headers for each message and […]

Incremental E-Mail backup and migration using mnIMAPSync