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Added a sample .ini file.

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sample-weighmail.ini

+[options]
+# This section is optional. If not provided the following defaults will be
+# used:
+#
+# folder = [Gmail]/All Mail
+
+[auth]
+# This section is optional. If not provided you will be prompted for this
+# information.
+#
+# user = username
+# password = password
+
+[connection]
+# This section is optional. If not provided the following defaults will be
+# used:
+#
+# host = imap.gmail.com
+# ssl = True
+# port = 993
+#
+
+###############################################################################
+# Label definitions 
+#
+# You must now list the labels you want applied. At least one must be
+# specified.
+#
+# To specify a label, create a section with two attributes, min & max. The
+# name of the section will be the label name. Min & max define the minimum
+# and maximum bounds for the label. These sizes are in bytes. You can use
+# suffixes GB, MB, KB for gigabytes, megabytes, and kilobytes, respectively.
+# Leaving min or max blank means there is no minimum or maximum for that
+# label. The suffixes are not case sensitive.
+#
+# The label will be applied when an email's size is
+#
+#     min < size < max
+# 
+# For example, to specify a label of "big" that will be applied when an email
+# is at least 1 megabyte but less than 5, and a label of "huge" for when the
+# email is at least 5 MB (and greater):
+#
+# [big]
+# min = 1MB
+# max = 5MB
+#
+# [huge]
+# min = 5MB
+# max = 
+#
+# The ranges on labels may overlap.
+#
+###############################################################################
+[big]
+min = 1MB
+max = 5MB
+
+[huge]
+min = 5MB
+max = 20MB
+
+[gargantuan]
+min = 20MB
+max =