On Wed, Aug 16, 2006 16:39:01 PM +0200, jam@... (jam@...)
> What do you want to do? There is no need for avelsieve if you want
> to do message filtering.
I have postfix already delivering all email for several virtual users
(me@..., webmaster@......) to _one_ Maildir mailbox.
Dovecot serves that to squirrelmail and/or to my pop3 client at home.
What I want is:
1) in squirrelmail, *see* different mailboxes, one per user/list
combination, each notifying new messages separately, ex:
me@... from list A => mailbox me_list_A
me@... from list B => mailbox me_list_B
webmaster@... => mailbox webmaster_2
2) to do the above *without* changing the current postfix / dovecot setup,
since that is not really under my control.
So it's not avelsieve or nothing for some religious reason :-) If
there is a simpler solution, please just tell me!
> There are a couple of SM plugins you can use either to do filtering
> within SM or as interface to procmail/maildrop. I've a setup with
> dovecot and serversidefilter plugin (as frontend to maildrop)
Hmmm... the problem here are that:
* AFAIK, maildrop is only distributed in rpm format as part of Cyrus,
isn't it? I cannot compile and install from source on that box, it
must all be under yum/rpm control...
* I got the impression that procmail is not compatible with the
virtual users setup I said above, or my other needs. Consider that
I need all messages to remain in ONE server mailbox, otherwise I
cannot retrieve them all via pop3 when I'm at my desk.
The ideal solution for me would be something that, on the fly, just
makes Squirrelmail _display_ the messages in different inboxes in the
browser, while leaving everything as is on the server. Is this doable?
Any feedback is appreciated!
Marco Fioretti mfioretti, at the server mclink.it
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