Re: Saving to Sent folder

From: J. Roeleveld (no email)
Date: Thu Mar 04 2010 - 11:10:26 EST

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    On Thursday 04 March 2010 16:57:02 Charles Marcus wrote:
    > On 2010-03-04 10:26 AM, J. Roeleveld wrote:
    > >> Interesting... yes, this is doable with dovecot if you are using its
    > >> LDA, and you can do it via the global sieve script (which can be made
    > >> mandatory for all users) - no need to make a script for each user.
    > >
    > > My idea (NOTE: untested) would only require one dummy-account where this
    > > filtering takes place.
    > Yes, but didn't you later say:
    > > You will need to create a filter-entry for each of your users, eg.
    > > duplicate the following inside the filter for every user that is
    > > allowed to sent emails:> --"
    > What I meant was, if you were using dovecots LDA, you wouldn't need to
    > create these user scripts, the global script could handle it for
    > everyone (using user variables, ie, %%Lu in this case)...

    True, but it is my understanding, please correct me if I am wrong, that with
    Postfix, the BCC-option forces a copy of the email (regardless of which user
    sent it) to be delivered to a single email-address?
    This would, at least the way I see it, mean that the filtering only needs to
    be done by a single user (the owner of the bcc-email address).

    Email client
    Postfix -> external SMTP-server
    BCC to <bcc-user>@mydomain
    filtering tool for user "bcc-user"
    delivery into senders "sent" folder
    sender is determined by checking the "mail-from" header

    > > The basic idea should be possible to be implemented with any
    > > filtering method along with any mail-storage option you want. The
    > > above is a bit more specific with Sieve-scripts, but I see no reason
    > > why this approach wouldn't work with something like "procmail"
    > Correct...
    > >> So... two more questions...
    > These two questions weren't directed at you specifically, but in general
    > to someone who actually knows the answers... ;)

    True, but I tend to, when I at least have a theory, to also answer with my
    theory. I hope my reply made it clear that I was not 100% certain? :)


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