Cyrus 2.5: Internationalization of the Sieve reject message?
Fabio S. Schmidt
fabio at improve.inf.br
Fri Mar 6 06:07:32 EST 2015
Thanks for the answer, it seems promising.
On 5 March 2015 at 23:17, Bron Gondwana <brong at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 6, 2015, at 11:26 AM, Fabio S. Schmidt wrote:
>> Is there any plan of Internationalization of the Sieve reject message
>> ? It would be great for non-english speakers to be able to change the
>> subject and the initial text of the automatically reject messages
>> without compiling it.
> I've been tempted to push this out into notifyd for a while actually. Everything else interesting happens there. Once we did that, having an internationalised notifyd would be easy enough. Our notifyd is written in Perl, and does tons of other interesting stuff already. In particular, we want to DKIM sign and add authentication headers to our sieve bounces so that we can confirm the user who generated them with their sieve rules, regardless of alias expansion and other magic - while still stripping all personally identifying information from them so that the users don't leak their login username in the sieve bounce.
> Bron Gondwana
> brong at fastmail.fm
My best regards,
Fabio Soares Schmidt
Linux Professional Institute - LPIC-3
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Active Directory
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