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2015 Jan 14
3
pigeonhole ereject vs reject
...each message. (If I understand the current documentation) Using Dovecot LMTP it would be more optimal to kick a 5xx back to the primary MTA to reject the delivery rather than generating more back scatter NDRs. Anyone know if this is possible now (to forgo the NDR)'s or do we need to wait for ereject ? If so, how much work is involved? -- Robert inoc.net!rblayzor http://inoc.net/
2015 Jan 14
2
pigeonhole ereject vs reject
On Jan 13, 2015, at 8:30 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net> wrote: > > so what you want in your OP is just DISCARD in a sieve script and there is no point in "Using Dovecot LMTP it would be more optimal to kick a 5xx back" when the desired result is DISCARD > > why do you want the burden of keep the SMTP session with the client open until the mail is
2015 Jan 14
0
pigeonhole ereject vs reject
Am 14.01.2015 um 01:28 schrieb Robert Blayzor: > Currently pigeonhole supports reject which would generate a NDR for each message. (If I understand the current documentation) > > Using Dovecot LMTP it would be more optimal to kick a 5xx back to the primary MTA to reject the delivery rather than generating more back scatter NDRs and what would that change? nothing if you think about how
2015 Jan 14
0
pigeonhole ereject vs reject
Am 14.01.2015 um 02:23 schrieb Robert Blayzor: > On Jan 13, 2015, at 7:34 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net> wrote: >> >> and what would that change? >> nothing if you think about how mail works! >> >> * the MTA receives the message >> * the MTA confirms with 2xx status code >> * later the delivery server rejects >> * the MTA
2015 Jan 14
0
pigeonhole ereject vs reject
Am 14.01.2015 um 02:40 schrieb Robert Blayzor: > On Jan 13, 2015, at 8:30 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net> wrote: >> >> so what you want in your OP is just DISCARD in a sieve script and there is no point in "Using Dovecot LMTP it would be more optimal to kick a 5xx back" when the desired result is DISCARD >> >> why do you want the burden of
2015 Jan 14
2
pigeonhole ereject vs reject
On Jan 13, 2015, at 7:34 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl at thelounge.net> wrote: > > and what would that change? > nothing if you think about how mail works! > > * the MTA receives the message > * the MTA confirms with 2xx status code > * later the delivery server rejects > * the MTA *must* create a bounce > > just don't reject mails after you confirmed you
2012 Dec 17
1
Adding a parameter to dovecot's deliver to get a meaningful return value
...ted). 2) "deliver" doesn't have a method to find out if it processed the given mail as input. Basically, would it be possible to either add a parameter to "deliver" (for example: "--fail-on-discarding") so it would fail if the sieve rules discard or reject (/ereject) the mail ? That way, I could detect the failure in my script, and know that I don't need to delete the initial mail since it was not filtered. Or, thought differently, I wonder if "deliver" could open a socket/pipe/file whatever, and write the number of processed mails in th...
2009 Jul 22
1
Released Sieve v0.1.9 for Dovecot v1.2.1
...(yes, there is a world of differences compared to enotify). Changelog Sieve v0.1.9: * Removed the unfinished sieve-filter tool from the default build. It is now only built when the --with-unfinished-features switch is supplied during configure. + Started building support for the ereject version of the reject action, which has a preference to use an SMTP/LMTP protocol error in stead of a bounce message. This is to be used to make the Sieve plugin honour Deliver's -e parameter. This is not yet finished and not built by default. + Improved 'Permissi...
2009 Jul 22
1
Released Sieve v0.1.9 for Dovecot v1.2.1
...(yes, there is a world of differences compared to enotify). Changelog Sieve v0.1.9: * Removed the unfinished sieve-filter tool from the default build. It is now only built when the --with-unfinished-features switch is supplied during configure. + Started building support for the ereject version of the reject action, which has a preference to use an SMTP/LMTP protocol error in stead of a bounce message. This is to be used to make the Sieve plugin honour Deliver's -e parameter. This is not yet finished and not built by default. + Improved 'Permissi...
2012 Nov 06
6
sieve
Hi, is there a sieve option that can reject a mail directly without creating a new mail and sending that out? I know about reject "Reject message goes here"; but I am looking for a mechanism that can reject Mail. Postfix can use reject_unverified_recipient to connect to LMTP and ask if a mail would successfully be enqueued and will return the status gotten from the LMTP server if not.
2018 Dec 02
0
Sieve broken after upgrade
...my dovecot (with listescape plugin) uses // ':' delimiter, but creates folders with dot delimiter $config['managesieve_replace_delimiter'] = ''; // disabled sieve extensions (body, copy, date, editheader, encoded-character, // envelope, environment, ereject, fileinto, ihave, imap4flags, index, // mailbox, mboxmetadata, regex, reject, relational, servermetadata, // spamtest, spamtestplus, subaddress, vacation, variables, virustest, etc. // Note: not all extensions are implemented $config['managesieve_disabled_extensions'...