[horde] Sieve with Ingo
Arjen de Korte
arjen+horde at de-korte.org
Wed Oct 3 15:12:19 UTC 2012
Citeren Nicolas Fo <nicolasfo at ymail.com>:
> Hello everyone !
> I have a mail server (Postfix, Dovecot) with sieve server.
> On a another server, I installer Horde Groupware.
> Everything is working fine (authentication using LDAP, IMP
> authentication via Horde authentication...)
> I'm trying to setup Ingo to use mail server's Sieve, but nothing
> seems to work.
> I create a backends.local.php in "config" Ingo directory, looks like this :
You need to disable the imap backend, which is enabled by default:
$backends['imap']['disabled'] = true;
> $backends['sieve'] = array(
> 'disabled' => false,
> 'transport' => 'timsieved',
> 'hordeauth' => 'full',
You should only need this, if you have an override for 'hordeauth' in
imp/config/backends.local.php. If not, this should probably be left at
the default value
'hordeauth' => true,
> 'params' => array(
> 'hostspec' => 'FQDN_mail_server or IP',
I assume the 'hostspec' is pointing to your Dovecot server, right?
> 'logintype' => 'PLAIN',
> 'usetls' => false,
Dovecot won't allow PLAIN logins if you're not connecting locally. If
Horde is running on a different machine than Dovecot, you'll most
likely need to use
'usetls' => true,
to allow this to work.
> 'port' => 4190,
> 'debug' => true,
> 'script' => 'sieve',
> 'scriptparams' => array(
> 'utf8' => false,
Dovecot requires 'utf8' => true (per the directions in
> 'shares' => false
> Horde doesn't consider this config file and still use mysql to store
> sieve rules. Even, I can't config anything else than Mysql storage
> in "configuration" admin panel.
> Something wrong in my configuration ?
Lastly, make sure port 4190 is not blocked by a firewall and Dovecot
is actually listening on that port.
Best regards, Arjen
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