[Dovecot] Sieve filters forwarding erratic after upgrade to 1.1.8
user+dovecot at localhost.localdomain.org
Thu Jan 22 22:56:16 EET 2009
On 22.01.2009 20:42 David Anderson wrote:
> Upon upgrading Dovecot from 1.1.7 to 1.1.8, one of my sieve filters
> (generated with avelsieve) no longer works.
Please show the filter rule.
> The filter is intended to redirect to another address when the header
> from contains something like @example.com. However, it simply never
> performs the redirection.
Here it works:
Jan 22 21:49:15 vh3 deliver(user at test.tld): Sending a forward to <user at example.org> with return path <<john.doe at example.com>>
Jan 22 21:49:15 vh3 postfix/pickup: 5C3B165CF: uid=70005 from=<john.doe at example.com>
Jan 22 21:49:15 vh3 deliver(user at test.tld): msgid=<6Zd0$2460.john.doe at example.com>: forwarded to <user at example.org>
Jan 22 21:49:15 vh3 deliver(user at test.tld): msgid=<6Zd0$2460.john.doe at example.com>: saved mail to INBOX
> Tests show that if the filter also has the "keep copy in mailbox as well
> as redirecting" open on, then the copy is kept. If that option is off,
> then no redirection happens and no copy is kept- i.e. the mail is
> simply lost.
Works also w/o explicit "keep;"
> Deleting and recreating the filter makes no difference, and neither does
> moving its order in the list of filters. In the same list of filters a
> vacation message works.
> On a second mailbox where a filter is redirecting all mail with header
> precedence not equal to "list", the redirection always takes place, so
> this isn't a generic problem with all redirections. I also updated
> avelsieve from 1.9.7 (July 2007) to the latest SVN and this made no
> I am using the dovecot-1.1.8-0_85.el5 and dovecot-sieve-1.1.5-8.el5 RPMs
> from http://atrpms.net.
I'm using dovecot-sieve-1.1.6, compiled from source.
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