Examining sieve scripts of other users out of a perl script

Andreas Haase andreas.haase at eastlink.de
Tue Sep 28 11:57:10 EDT 2004

On Tue, 28 Sep 2004, Sebastian Hagedorn wrote:

> Usage:
>     sieveshell [--user=*user*] [--authname=*authname*] [--realm=*realm*]
>     [--exec=*script*] *server*
> So you could do

Thank you for that, works well. But I need to do that out of a perl script
or something like that. And there I cannot input the password
interactively. Is there any perl module that can handle this?


Andreas Haase
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