Newbie sieve problem w/sieveshell
rtanner at linfield.edu
Tue Aug 10 13:53:18 EDT 2004
--On Tuesday, August 10, 2004 10:47:53 AM -0700 Joakim Ryden
<jryden at thebox.our-own.net> wrote:
> On Tuesday 10 August 2004 10:41 am, Rob Tanner wrote:
>> --On Tuesday, August 10, 2004 10:23:16 AM -0700 Joakim Ryden
>> <jryden at thebox.our-own.net> wrote:
>> > What do your logs say when you try it?
>> > --Jo
>> Duh! I didn't even think to check there. Here are two examples, the
>> sieveshell that fails followed by a smartsieve login that worked. In
>> bothe cases I logged in (or tried to login in) as the same user. The
>> one difference I note is that the failed login does not list the user
>> name while the successful login does. Is that significant?
> Try this and see if it makes a difference:
># sieveshell --authname=rtanner localhost
Yep, that did it. I got in!
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like sieveshell does what I was hoping for.
I'm looking for some tool that will allow me, as the administrator, to manage
other users' sieve space (add/modify scripts, etc). Do you have any
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