[ingo] Ingo Dovecot/Sieve setup SOLVED

jonathan doklovic list-reader at sysbliss.com
Thu Jun 19 20:16:24 UTC 2008

I finally got this working and documented it here:


- Jonathan

MailingListe wrote:
> Zitat von jonathan doklovic <list-reader at sysbliss.com>:
>> Yeah, I've looked in there, and there are a bunch of entries.
>> The problem is that I don't understand the whole backend system.
>> When are these used, and how does it determine which one is used?
> You decide which one to use. Ingo does no filtering by its own but  
> create script(-files) for the various backends used. So if you want 
> Dovecot-Sieve you must use the "vfs" driver to get the script file to 
> the right location and a script type of "sieve". You should only 
> configure one backend and comment out or delete all the other entries 
> in backend.php.
>> When I go into the ingo webapp and configure the filters, the only
>> option it gives me for driver is SQL but there are other entries in the
>> backends.php file.
>> Even if someone could point me to docs explaining how/what these
>> backends do would be helpful.
> Further reading is docs/INSTALL file of Ingo and as explained the 
> backends.php.dist file.
> We use sieve with timsieved so we have never used Dovecot/Sieve so i 
> can not comment further on this.
> Regards
> Andreas

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