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I-D ACTION:draft-leiba-imap-search-multiple-00.txt



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	Title		: IMAP4 SEARCHM Command for Multiple Mailboxes
	Author(s)	: B. Leiba
	Filename	: draft-leiba-imap-search-multiple-00.txt
	Pages		: 4
	Date		: 26-Feb-01
	
The IMAP4 specification allows the searching only of the selected
mailbox.  A user often wants to search multiple mailboxes, and a
client that wishes to support this must issue a series of SELECT and
SEARCH commands, waiting for each to complete before moving on to the
next.  This extension allows a client to search multiple mailboxes
with one command, limiting the round-trips and waiting for various
searches to complete.  This also introduces named searches, allowing
a client to pipeline the searches if it chooses.

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