[horde] Cannot edit filter rules (ingo with timsieved)

Sascha Schmidt sascha at schmidt.ps
Tue Oct 1 08:35:39 UTC 2013

  Zitat von Sascha Schmidt <sascha at schmidt.ps>:

> Zitat von Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>:
>> Zitat von Sascha Schmidt <sascha at schmidt.ps>:
>>> Zitat von Sascha Schmidt <sascha at schmidt.ps>:
>>>> I've activated sieve as my filter backend. Everything works fine for
>>>> user. Activating the "shares" option and giving the rights for a
> special
>>>> user to show, read, edit and delete rules does not really work...
>>>> If I try to edit the rules for another user (I can choose the ruleset
> of
>>>> this user) ingo tells me that I'm not allowed to edit the rules of
>>>> user... Checking the permissions again I can see a hook at every
>>>> permission.
>>>> Any hints whats going wrong here? How does ingo auth against the sieve
>>>> daemon to change the ruleset of another user?
>>> Additionally I cannot change/edit/vuew the rules of the other user.
> Every
>>> time I click on a rule the ruleset is changed to my user. So it's
>>> actually
>>> impossible to handle shared rules.
>>> Is there something I can do to fix or analyse this problem?
>> Reporting a bug.
> Reported: http://bugs.horde.org/ticket/12694

  Today I realised that I cannot add my own CUSTOM rules. They are denied
with the same reason "permission denied". Adding emails to the
positve/negative list works. I can display the sieve script within the
filter settings and it's correctly added and activated.

Someone who can verify this problem?



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