[ingo] Sieve rule: move to folder and forward

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Fri Dec 8 04:31:28 PST 2006

Zitat von "Muenz, Michael" <m.muenz at spam-fetish.org>:

> Dear list,
> I'm using Horde/Ingo for creating sieve rules and have activated a  
> rule for Spamassassin moving mails with "X-Spam-Status: Yes" to  
> spamfolder. Also, there's a rule to forward every mail to another  
> address. Looks like this:
> require ["imapflags", "fileinto"];
> # Spam
> if header :comparator "i;octet" :contains "X-Spam-Status" "Yes"  {
>     addflag "\\Seen";
>     fileinto "INBOX/Spam";
>     removeflag "\\Seen";
> }
> # Forward
> if true {
>     redirect "backup at domain.de";
>     keep;
> }
> My problem is, when "keep" is called, also the spam, which should be  
> moved to "Spam" goes to my inbox again. But when setting "stop" in  
> Spam rule, mails detected as spam which aren't, wont be delivered to  
> backup at domain.de.
> Any ideas how to solve this?

As already discussed on the Cyrus mailing list, you need to make the  
spam rule a "stop" rule or create your own forward rule.


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