[ingo] Sieve Script

Matt Baker m at wheres.co.uk
Wed Jun 11 16:26:49 PDT 2003


So if my original scripts don't contain 'elsif' would the output syntax 
be managable. I am importing from another preformatted/programed method 
that is sieve-like. It doesn't use elsif. My sieve scripts are limited 
to fileinto, discard, forwards and a few others. Basically they are all 
if condition action(s) stop. So that leads me to, if I wanted to find in 
the php code where the syntax for the database fields are created, which 
is the best place? Or do you have a methodology to each item rule? e.g. 
I've seen in the db what look like identifiers for set actions.



Mike Cochrane wrote:
> Short answer: No
> Long answer: See the list archives...
> http://groups.google.co.nz/groups?selm=amn8bo%24206e%241%40FreeBSD.csie.NCTU.edu.tw&oe=UTF-8&output=gplain
> - Mike :-)
>>----- Message from m at wheres.co.uk ---------
>>    Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 12:52:39 +0000
>>    From: Matthew Baker <m at wheres.co.uk>
>>Reply-To: Matthew Baker <m at wheres.co.uk>
>> Subject: [ingo] Sieve Script
>>      To: ingo at lists.horde.org
>>    Has anyone got a script that will import an existing set of sieve
>>scripts in to Ingo. I have the scripts which work when activated but
>>obviously don't show in ingo because of the database pref entries. Is
>>there a way to get ingo to read from sieveshell? i.e. take it's input
>>from an active script of the same name.
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