Re: [ANN] Publicly accessible Sieve-enabled IMAP

From: John C. Amodeo (no email)
Date: Tue Oct 09 2001 - 10:59:18 EDT


Ken,

Do the regexs in sieve support checking the body of a message, or just the
header? And, are wildcards supported yet?

Thanks,
-John

Ken Murchison wrote:

> Jeremy Howard wrote:
> >
> > One thing notably missing from most webmail providers is access to IMAP, and
> > access to server-side filtering. Well, thanks to Cyrus we are now providing
> > just that at http://fastmail.fm -- an IMAP accessible, Sieve enabled, email
> > system.
> >
> > I just finished the Sieve interface yesterday. If you can't be bothered
> > getting a FastMail account to see it, I've got a screen-shot here:
> > http://www.fastmail.fm/docs/DefineRules.htm
> >
> > The nice thing about Sieve was that I didn't have to worry about users
> > creating insecure scripts, since Sieve scripts have limited ability to do
> > damage. The interface supports wildcards by creating the 'match' comparator
> > as appropriate, although I'd like to support regexs--is that available in
> > Cyrus at the moment (I know there's an internet draft around for it)?
>
> Yes! In fact, I implemented it in cmu-sieve _before_ I wrote the
> draft. It also supports the subaddress extension, and an earlier (and
> simpler) draft of the imapflags extension.
>
> Ken
> --
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> 716-662-8973 x26 Orchard Park, NY 14127
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