Sieve only for lmtp?
mloftis at wgops.com
Thu Sep 28 19:05:27 EDT 2006
It most definitely is not since IMAP isn't a mail delivery protocol. LMTP
applies the Sieve rules during delivery.
--On September 28, 2006 10:10:36 PM +0000 Ross Boylan
<ross at biostat.ucsf.edu> wrote:
> Is sieve involved with mail delivered directly via IMAP? I think not
> (the docs say "Sieve is a mail filtering language that can filter mail
> into an appropriate IMAP mailbox as it is delivered via lmtp."), but I
> want to double-check.
> I'm using cyrus 2.2.
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