[ingo] Problem with Sieve and global scripts instead of user scripts

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Wed Jan 21 12:05:25 UTC 2009

Zitat von josh at endries.org:

> Hello,
> I'm having the same problem Marc had way back in 2006:
> http://marc.info/?l=ingo&m=115457232514596
> I haven't found any resolution to this anywhere. :( If there is one  
> I hope someone can post it. The issue is, I think, that Ingo uses a  
> global script instead of a user script for a Cyrus admin user. My  
> email address is listed as an admin user for my domain in Cyrus, and  
> when I save my script it saves properly but goes into the global  
> namespace rather than my user directory.

This has nothing to do with Ingo.

> I don't know much about Sieve and I'm not sure if Ingo even has a  
> choice of where to put the script. Maybe it just dumps it to the  
> server and the server chooses where it goes. If that's the case, I  
> suppose it's impossible to have a user script with an admin user.  
> The only thing I can think of is to create a separate admin user for  
> Cyrus, which isn't hard but doesn't seem to me to be the "right way"  
> to solve the problem.

Exactly, that's how it works. But why would you need a Sieve script  
for the admin user anyway? You have read the huge warning letters to  
NOT use the Cyrus admin account for IMAP access, didn't you?


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