[Dovecot] v1.1 plans - sieve?

Jeff Mitchell jeff at emailgoeshere.com
Wed Apr 18 21:46:54 EEST 2007

Jorge Salamero Sanz wrote:
> On Wednesday 18 April 2007 00:13, Timo Sirainen wrote:
>> I don't think so. I want to distribute it with Sieve plugin, and that
>> pretty much requires changes that come only in v2.0.
> so what's the suggested setup for server-side mail filtering right now ?
If you're a Horde fan, another way besides pysieved is to use the 
Dovecot sieve plugin and Horde's Ingo application.  It takes a bit of 
work, but you can set it up so that when users create/modify filters 
within Horde, it writes out the appropriate Sieve file that the Dovecot 
plugin can parse.  It makes for an easy GUI for filter rules that pretty 
much any user can figure out.

Gentoo makes this easier since the sieve use flag causes the patch to be 
downloaded and compiled into Dovecot for you, so you only have to worry 
about the configuration, not getting and applying the patch.


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