Re: Need advice: mailbox-based \Seen flag

From: Ken Murchison (no email)
Date: Sat Sep 01 2007 - 14:05:42 EDT

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    I had some time while waiting for paint to dry, so I whipped up this
    quick patch for shared seen state, based on our previous discussions.
    It uses a "/vendor/cmu/cyrus-imapd/sharedseen" mailbox annotation,
    stored as a mailbox option in the index header, to enable/disable shared
    seen state, and stores the shared seen state in "anyone.seen". Note
    that this patch is completely untested, although it compiles against
    CVS. I also didn't consider replication yet.

    Feel free to try this and see if it has the intended behavior. Remember
    that the 's' ACL right controls whether a person can change the \Seen
    flag on a message.

    Boris Lytochkin wrote:
    > Hello!
    >
    > I need an advice in implementing per-mailbox \Seen flag (or 'shared'
    > \Seen flag in per-user basis).
    >
    > For now I want to implement it this way:
    > 1) add a new mailbox attribute, say 'sharedseen'
    > 2) switch path for .seen file in imap/seen_*.c:seen_getpath() if
    > 'sharedseen' flag is set on mailbox.
    > 3) changes in replication module?
    >
    > So, setting 'sharedseen' attribute to mailbox will cause using
    > per-mailbox seen-file.
    >
    > What are weak points of this implementation?
    > Is there more correct way to make per-mailbox \Seen flag?
    >
    >

    -- 
    Kenneth Murchison
    Systems Programmer
    Project Cyrus Developer/Maintainer
    Carnegie Mellon University
    
    



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