[ingo] Forward Reg.

ANANT S ATHAVALE asa at isac.gov.in
Sun Sep 12 03:37:48 UTC 2010

Thanks for the solution offered.  I will do whatever you have suggested.


----- Message from jan at horde.org ---------
     Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2010 15:47:28 +0200
     From: Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>
  Subject: Re: [ingo] Forward Reg.
       To: ingo at lists.horde.org

> Zitat von ANANT S ATHAVALE <asa at isac.gov.in>:
>> Dear List,
>> We plan to stop the forward option provided in the filters.  There  
>> are already many users using this feature.  In our setup, we are  
>> using Cyrus IMAP Sieve scripts for filters.
>> One option could be to tell the users to disable the Forward filter  
>> on their own and removing the Forward filter from being accessed by  
>> users.  but, many users may not act all.
>> I would like to know a easy/reliable way of disabling forward  
>> filter for all users who have set it  (ingo_forwards).  This should  
>> update both the table "ingo_forwards" and also the ingo.script and  
>> its binary counterpart.
> There is no easy way to do this. You need to write a script that  
> changes these settings in the storage backend, and another to go  
> through the generated sieve scripts, cut out the forwarding rule,  
> and run sievec.
> Jan.
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