Handle of "subscription" file/folder for IMAP
mysql.jorge at decimal.pt
Fri Nov 21 22:19:48 UTC 2014
Ok you're right about it, let me simplify it.
There's some files in the Maildir, that are from dovecot, like the
dovecot.sieve, subscriptions, and these are files, but here are shown an
being folders to be subcribed.
Question was if it is possible to deny the show of this info in IMAP
If I subscribe, for example to "subscriptions", it created the folder, and
in the Maildir creates ".subscriptions" with its own structure, so no
colision, so far so good.
But I'd like to hide "subscriptions" and "dovecot.sieve" from users.
Havent found any info about this,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gedalya [mailto:gedalya at gedalya.net]
> Sent: sexta-feira, 21 de Novembro de 2014 20:09
> To: Jorge Bastos; dovecot at dovecot.org
> Subject: Re: Handle of "subscription" file/folder for IMAP
> On 11/21/2014 03:03 PM, Jorge Bastos wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Sorry to re-ask, what can I do to prevent this?
> > Thanks,
> Personally I had trouble understanding your question. You might want to
> try to rephrase.
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: dovecot [ <mailto:dovecot-bounces at dovecot.org>
mailto:dovecot-bounces at dovecot.org] On Behalf Of
> >> Bastos
> >> Sent: quarta-feira, 19 de Novembro de 2014 21:04
> >> To: <mailto:dovecot at dovecot.org> dovecot at dovecot.org
> >> Subject: Handle of "subscription" file/folder for IMAP
> >> Hi,
> >> For IMAP users, there's the subscription file in the user's home,
> >> if I try to subscribe more imap folders that are invisible, there's
> >> that one, but as it is a file, nothing is supposed to happen.
> >> Is there an way to, allow users to create the "subscriptions" folder
> >> without any collision, or just deny or don't show this file as an
> >> possible folder (which Is not) to subscribe.
> >> What does people normally do?
> >> Thanks in advanced,
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