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email modul with writing to mboxes (and locking) for python 2.4.*?

Is there somewhere support for the extension of email module,
which would support writing to (and creating new) mbox folders
(with all bells and whistles, like locking)? It seems to me that
current (Python 2.4.*, I even tried email package
4.0.2 from python.org email SIG) implementation is read-only, am
I right?

Thanks for any reply,

Matej Cepl
May 24 '07 #1
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Matej Cepl <mc***@redhat.comwrites:
Is there somewhere support for the extension of email module,
which would support writing to (and creating new) mbox folders
(with all bells and whistles, like locking)? It seems to me that
current (Python 2.4.*, I even tried email package
4.0.2 from python.org email SIG) implementation is read-only, am
I right?

Thanks for any reply,

Matej Cepl
Not sure whether you know this already, but module mailbox in Python
2.5 supports writing mbox folders. If it's not 2.4 compatible, it's
fairly likely to be an easy backport.
John
May 25 '07 #2
On 2007-05-25, 18:28 GMT, John J. Lee wrote:
Not sure whether you know this already, but module mailbox in
Python 2.5 supports writing mbox folders. If it's not 2.4
compatible, it's fairly likely to be an easy backport.
Cool! Thanks a lot.

One more reason why to upgrade to Fedora Core 7 as soon as it is
available, I suppose.

Thanks again,

Matej
May 26 '07 #3

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