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Hi,

I'm attempting to select a folder on a Lotus domino server that has a comma in its name. There are other folders that can be selected successfully on this server, and I've tried escaping the comma in a variety of ways to no avail.

Could someone help me and provide information on how to escape a comma from a folder name when selecting it?

Here's the logs:

Server version: * OK Domino IMAP4 Server Release 8.5.3FP4 ready Wed, 5 Aug 2015 17:11:22 +0100

LIST response: . . . LIST (HasChildren) "\" BULK LIST (HasNoChildren) "\" {13} BULK&d2Nb,A- . .

SELECT request and response:

aaie SELECT "BULK"

  • 578 EXISTS
  • 0 RECENT
  • OK [UNSEEN 3] Message 3 is first unseen
  • OK [UIDVALIDITY 118] UIDs valid
  • OK [UIDNEXT 579] Predicted next UID
  • FLAGS (Flagged Seen Answered Deleted Draft)
  • OK [PERMANENTFLAGS (Flagged Seen Answered Deleted Draft *)] Permanent flags aaie OK [READ-WRITE] SELECT completed ----IMAP REQUEST---- aaif SELECT "BULK\&-d2Nb,A-" ----IMAP RESPONSE---- aaif NO SELECT failure, cannot select mailbox: Folder not found in IMAP name space ----IMAP REQUEST---- aaig SELECT "BULK&d2Nb,A-" ----IMAP RESPONSE---- aaig NO SELECT failure, cannot select mailbox: Folder not found in IMAP name space ----IMAP REQUEST---- aaih SELECT "BULK\&d2Nb,A-" ----IMAP RESPONSE---- aaih NO SELECT failure, cannot select mailbox: Folder not found in IMAP name space ----IMAP REQUEST---- aaii SELECT "BULK\&d2Nb\,A-" ----IMAP RESPONSE---- aaii BAD SELECT invalid mailbox name

asked Aug 05 '15 at 12:54

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