Murder + Sieve + multiple backends problem
Duncan.Gibb at SiriusIT.co.uk
Mon Dec 1 12:18:10 EST 2008
Wesley Craig wrote:
>> Note that the current implementation runs SIEVE on
>> the backend servers, and holds the requirement that all of a user's
>> mailboxes live on the same backend.
WC> While the code is written this way, in an environment where the
WC> backends are able to talk to each other, it wouldn't take a ton of
WC> work to remove this restriction.
Cross-store SIEVE is theoretically the sort of thing that ought to
favour the unified murder design over a conventional layered one...
[light the blue touchpaper and retreat to a safe distance]
But the answer to the original question is that this is known not to
work - and yes, that is both counter-intuitive for users and
inconvenient for administrators. /* FIXME */
Duncan Gibb, Technical Director
Sirius Corporation plc - The Open Source Experts
Tel: +44 870 608 0063
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