[ingo] Filter not accepted

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Tue Aug 2 08:36:29 UTC 2011

Zitat von Dirk Deimeke <dirk at deimeke.net>:

> Answering Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>
> (Wed, 27 Jul 2011 12:45:03 +0200):
> Hi Jan,
>> Please don't strip too much information. I already don't know  
>> anymore which version of Ingo you use for example.
> oh, sorry, did I miss that? I am using the recent version of Horde  
> Groupware Webmail Edition and the Ingo version that came with the  
> installation.
>>> So I have one line per forum I use, each on the senders address.
>> You mean one criteria per forum? The address fields only allow a  
>> single line anyway.
> Yes, you are right, I did not find the correct word.
> One criterion contains "Mails from forum at example.org", the next  
> contains "Mails from admin at forum.example.com". And if any of them  
> matches the mails should go to the folder "2do".
>>> The filter should trigger the move if any of the sender addresses  
>>> is matched, but it filters only if the first one in the list  
>>> matches.
>>> $conf[storage][driver] SQL
>>> $conf[storage][params][driverconfig] Horde defaults
>>> $conf[storage][maxblacklist] 0
>>> $conf[storage][maxwhitelist] 0
>>> $conf[rules][userheader] (ticked)
>>> $conf[spam][compare] String
>>> $conf[spam][header] X-Spam-Level
>>> $conf[spam][char] *
>>> $conf[menu][apps] (none chosen)
>> And which filter backend do you use?
> Where can I find that information? I did not touch anything but  
> "userheader" so it should not be sieve, correct?

If you didn't change anything from the default setup, it would be the  
IMAP backend.


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