sbalmos at members.simunex.com
Mon Apr 25 23:02:27 EDT 2005
Andreas Hasenack wrote:
> Quoting Robert Baruch <robert.baruch at raba.com>:
>> okay - I manually wrote, compiled, and installed a script - works
>> like a champ... websieve appears to be broken...
>> what are the alternatives for web-based sieve processing?
> Ingo from the Horde project (www.horde.org) is another one. Works
> quite well in
> my tests, but is somewhat more complicated than your usual web app to
> because it needs Horde and a database. It's usually only worth it if you
> already have Imp as your webmail app.
> It just doesn't interpret an already existing sieve script, however:
> it can only
> "push" scripts to the server, not read them back.
Personally, and I'm sure a number of other list members could say the
same, I can't say enough good for the AvelSieve plugin to Squirrelmail.
Especially the newest build, which has auto-create-filter links when
viewing a message, based on the message subject, to, from, etc.
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