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Re: [bug-mailutils] sieve & quota

From: Sergey Poznyakoff
Subject: Re: [bug-mailutils] sieve & quota
Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2005 15:18:19 +0300

> 1. Write a maildrop driver for ingo (ingo is a part of that horde/imp
> framework thing which enabled sorting of mails)
> 2. Use the sieve extension of mailutils, write a webfrontend to let the
> users compile their rules.
> Btw: Is there any way which is easier than one of those two?

Possibly so, although the solution is not thoroughly tested yet. You may
wish to try GNU Anubis, whose CVS version could do the job. It also
provides a way for users to update their configuration files. The user
database can be kept in various locations (plain text, DBM, SQL...) and
authorization is carried via ESMTP AUTH. See
http://www.gnu.org/software/anubis and feel free to ask for advice at

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> 1. How does mu tell the owner of a mailfolder that it's over quota? maildrop
> places a file in the mailfolder.

This question is not solved yet. I'm not sure what will be the best way
to handle that, given that we cannot notify the owner via email, since
his/her mailbox has already exceeded the quota. Any propositions?
> 2. Are there any docs around on how to hook mu into postfix for virtual
> delivery? It shouldn't be that hard, a virtual_transport ruleset for mu
> should do the trick, but I'd like to compare my ideas with a setup made by
> someone who really knows how to do that.

Hmm, I have not tried. For the moment the mailutils docs contain
examples only for sendmail and exim, so your experience is quite


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