[ingo] sieve whitelist behavior..

Liam Hoekenga liamr at umich.edu
Tue Sep 21 13:40:38 PDT 2004

> I wish it was working this way. But here, whitelisted messages get delivered
> to the INBOX and no further rules get applied. I think it would make more
> sense if it worked like you described, ie. that other filter rules still
> get applied on whitelisted messages.

I guess I don't understand the Sieve syntax... I was assuming that it would have
to say "keep; stop;" to prevent it from falling thru to later rule checks.  Is
that not the case?


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