Basic Sieve questions
jim at archer.net
Thu Feb 5 20:13:01 EST 2004
Okay, thanks. I did actually try that, but here is what I got:
carbon:/var/spool/sieve/j/jarcher# sieveshell --user=jarcher
connecting to carbon.intap.net
connect: Connection refused
unable to connect to server at /usr/bin/sieveshell line 174.
What is the problem here?
--On Friday, February 06, 2004 12:46 AM +0100 Alberto Tablado
<alberto at aluki.org> wrote:
> Use the sieveshell utility to manage sieve scripts. Sieveshell is a
> client/server app to upload, list, retrieve, delete, activate and
> deactivate sieve scripts.
> El vie, 06-02-2004 a las 00:15, Jim Archer escribió:
>> Hi All...
>> I am trying to figure out how to get Sieve to work with Cyrus 2.1 on a
>> Debian Linux system. I have looked for some docs, but no luck.
>> I see there is a place for the scripts at:
>> And I put a script called jarcher in the j subdirectory. But as far as
>> I can tell, Cyrus does not know it is there. I am guessing there is a
>> naming convention I am not aware of.
>> Could someone please point me to some docs, or else just tell me what I
>> need to do to get the scripts read?
>> Thanks very much...
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