[ingo] filter rule won't delete mails

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Mon Feb 26 15:26:55 PST 2007

Zitat von Kent Tong <kent at cpttm.org.mo>:

> Hi,
> I've created a rule to completely delete mails with [SPAM] in its subject.
> It seems to work as I can see a copy of the mail in the Trash folder and
> there is a note saying:
>   Filter activity: 1 message(s) have been moved to the folder "INBOX.Trash".
> However, the mail remains in the inbox. I am using the imap backend.
> With tcpdump I find that this may be caused by a lack of permission
> (please see below). However, the user can manually delete mails from
> the inbox just fine. As Ingo should be accessing the IMAP server using
> that user's credential, this problem just shouldn't happen. The user
> has all the permissions in Cyrus (lrswipcda).

This doesn't answer your question, but why don't you use the Sieve  
backend if you have a Cyrus server?


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