Gilles Mocellin wrote:
Ooooh, nice! That's pretty much what I had in mind (although the Thunderbird plugin seems like it's just a text editor, and not integrated with a nifty GUI that would, say, ensure that you don't try to create a rule that directs mail to a folder which doesn't exist). Now if only qmail would support it. (sigh)....On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 12:01:48PM -0800, Joe Emenaker wrote: [...]So, I guess the question is: Does anybody know of an initiative like this?Yes, look at sieve. Cyrus Imap support sieve, dovecot too. There is a Thunderbird extension.
Okay, since you answered *that* question so quickly, he's a bonus question: Is there something like that for SSH public keys? I want to be able to use my username and password to log into a remote server *once* and have my public key transferred to the "authorized_hosts" file of the remote server so that I don't need to use my password again.
There's a tool called "ssh-copy-id" which can do it, but only from command-line *nix boxes.
SecureCRT has a "Public Key Assistant" which claims to do it and looks to be very user-friendly, but it requires either their proprietary SSH server or their forked OpenSSH.
Any standard protocol for managing the authorized_keys file on the remote machine?
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