Re: Cyrus / Sieve
If you use cyrus21 from debian with pam as authentication it's
a fast and easy installation - thanks to Henrique de Moraes Holschuh!
We're using a backport to stable without problems.
For sorting email between your subfolders or managing spam by scores etc.
SIEVE is unbeatable and undepended of your client.
But I don't know about a client to manipulate your personal script.
I've written a short perl script for it. Use 'Cyrus::SIEVE::managesieve' in your script
and be happy about immediate syntax checking after a 'sieve_put_file_withdest()'.
PS: Can't imagine how it was possible to live without SIEVE. :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fraser Campbell" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2004 4:15 PM
Subject: Cyrus / Sieve
> I'm looking for some information about the cyrus email system. Is cyrus worth
> it? Is it significantly more management overhead than a more typical
> user/imap system?
> Currently I am using postfix/courier-imap/mysql to manage all email and I'm
> very happy with it, my customers can create their own email accounts and
> manage their own aliases.
> However, I'd like to make a more polished "product" and I'm wondering if cyrus
> offers any significant advantages. I've been hunting for a blow-by-blow
> comparison of cyrus versus "standard" mail implementations but haven't found
> One feature I'd like to add to my system is server based email filtering for
> clients, this way whether they use webmail or something like Outlook their
> filtering policies could still apply. Are there email clients that can
> directly manipulated sieve scripts?
> Any pointers to documentation and feedback from experienced cyrus admins
> greatly appreciated!
> Fraser Campbell <email@example.com> http://www.wehave.net/
> Georgetown, Ontario, Canada Debian GNU/Linux
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- Cyrus / Sieve
- From: Fraser Campbell <email@example.com>