What are annotations, where are the sieve filters stored
radoeka at xs4all.nl
Mon Jul 11 23:48:45 CEST 2005
Op maandag 11 juli 2005 22:46, schreef Martin Konold:
> Am Montag 11 Juli 2005 21:28 schrieb Richard Bos:
> > Quite often a reference to the annotations.db is made. I searched goolge
> > the cyrus email list and wiki, but I could not find a good description of
> > what annotations do or what they are for. Is there anyone on the list
> > that can shine a light on this subject?
> "The ANNOTATEMORE extension to the Internet Message Access Protocol
> permits clients and servers to maintain "metadata" on IMAP servers.
> It is possible to store data on a per-mailbox basis or on the server
> as a whole."
> "The ANNOTATE extension to the Internet Message Access Protocol
> [IMAP4] permits clients and servers to maintain "metadata" for
> messages stored in an IMAP4 mailbox."
Hmmm, I probably looked with my eyes closed then :(
What meta information is stored by kolab on the imap server, is this for the
calendar, notes, etc folders? (heh just me being curious ;)
> > In the kolab wiki there is a description about sieve filters (find it at:
> > http://wiki.kolab.org/index.php/Some_user_experiences_installing_kolab#Fi
> >lt ering_mails_into_Folders) but it does not tell where the filters should
> > be located, and what name it should have to get it active...
> > Are the frontends out there, that can be used to create sieve filters?
> Yes, there are multiple sieve editors available. Please report your
> experiences on our wiki.
A search on sourceforge and freshmeat reveals the following apps (recently
Can anyone comment on the apps? Ingo and Gosa look nice, but they seem a
little too much for being an email filter fronted for a user. Smartsieve
looks good, but is not too recently updated....
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