[ingo] Normal 'filesystem' backend for ingo/procmail?

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Sun Feb 24 17:14:00 UTC 2008

Zitat von Allen Landsidel <allen at 1001islington.com>:

> Quoting Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>:
>>> The last bit of magic I need is to get Ingo working with procmail.  It
>>> seems as though there is no (or at least no example) backend for ingo
>>> to use a normal filesystem; as it is, procmail treats the top-level
>>> Maildir directory as home and will create an empty .procmailrc there if
>>> one doesn't already exist.
>> I'm confused. If you haven't been able to set up a filesystem backend,
>> how did Ingo create a .procmailrc?
> Ingo did not create a .procmailrc, procmail creates an empty one by  
> default in $HOME if there isn't one, when it is run.
>> VFS is a possible backend for Ingo, and "file" is a possible backend
>> for VFS. So, yes, you can use the VFS file backend in Ingo to write
>> .procmailrc files directly to the filesystem. But I still didn't
>> understand what you issue actually is.
> My issue is simply that in backends.php for Ingo, there is no  
> example of a simple vfs/file backend, I'd much rather use than than  
> ftp, which I did kludge into working yesterday.
> I would much rather not have to run an ftp daemon whos only job is  
> to move files around the local filesystem, but I don't know the  
> semantics that ingo's backend.php wants.

Use the FTP entry as a starting point. horde/lib/VFS/file.php should  
have the available backend configuration items documented in the file  


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