[ingo] Exim Sieve Backend

Martin Fraser mdf at darksnow.net
Fri Feb 24 09:42:07 PST 2006

Thanks for the reply Chuck, I also contacted Mike and he said the same 

I feel it is a trivial change really so if anyone else is changing the 
sieve files could they simply change the header line from the file to 
remove the ##INGO and make the first line
# Sieve Filter
on it's own.

You're absolutely right in saying that it doesn't need another file, I 
just did it like that at home to prevent any changes to Mike module.

Cheers and again, I hope somebody with write access to the CVS server 
can make this change and that it helps some people out there.


Chuck Hagenbuch wrote:
> Quoting Martin Fraser <mdf at darksnow.net>:
>>I created a exim.php script for inclusion in $horde/ingo/lib/Scripts but
>>it is very very simple and make a tiny change to what Mike Cochrane has
>>already done. I can't take credit for any of this and I'll email Mike
>>about the change.
>>class Ingo_Script_exim extends Ingo_Script_sieve {
>>     /**
>>      * For exim to read sieve scripts it requires the
>>      * # Sieve filter header so I've simply prepended
>>      * it onto the standard sieve header
>>      */
>>     function toCode() {
>>         return "# Sieve Filter\n" . parent::toCode();
>>     }
> Mike isn't active in working on Ingo these days, so here or on  
> http://bugs.horde.org/ are the right places to post this. Are you sure  
> that a new file is needed here? Or can we just change the top comment  
> so it works for both regular sieve servers and exim?
> Thanks,
> -chuck

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