Sieve and Cyrus Docs
forrie at forrie.com
Thu Mar 3 11:55:29 EST 2005
Derrick J Brashear wrote:
> [ ... ]
> Something I will point out, procmail is more fully-featured than
> sieve, mostly by design. procmail can do anything you could do if you
> were logged into the machine and had a shell. sieve has limited powers.
> So, it may not be possible to convert every procmail script to sieve.
>> I am by no means expert and it seems that your attitude might not
>> engender many others to volunteer their time to help you understand this
> Actually, he was attributing the attitude to others, right? ;-)
No comment. ;-)
> We have had some internal discussions about finding a tech writer. We
> seem to go through tech writers quickly, perhaps unlike developers
> they are less likely to tolerate subscale wages for a more relaxed
> environment, or perhaps as a tech writer their environment is not in
> fact more relaxed. I don't know, I haven't been involved in exit
> interviews for any of those we lost.
> We're looking again, though I don't know that we've advertised a
Thank you this is good to know. As with other projects, occasionally a
succinct HOWTO or similar document often is very helpful.
Might it be wise to start pooling this information at the Cyrus Wiki as
I'm surprised at the apparent lack of coverage of Cyrus in the sysadmin
books out there. The best I could find is the slightly-dated nutshell
"Managing IMAP" book.
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