Message expiration policy question
aspineux at gmail.com
Thu May 24 17:29:06 EDT 2007
I don't know where cyrus store the info, but it use the time of delivery.
On 5/24/07, Jason Bailey, Sun Advocate Webmaster <webmaster at sunad.com>
> Hello all,
> I have a question with message expiration policies. With cyradm I have
> set several message expiration policies on folders, so that old messages
> are automatically pruned from the folder. It works pretty well thus far.
> But I have a question.
> Does cyrus look at the received date in the message itself, or does it
> use some sort of file system timestamp (maybe creation date of the file)
> to determine which messages are "expired"?
> The reason I ask is that spam often comes into the mix, and date info in
> the message header are often forged. So how does Cyrus do this?
> Jason Bailey, Web/IT Administrator
> Sun Advocate / Emery County Progress
> webmaster at sunad.com / webmaster at ecprogress.com
> (435) 637-0732 (ext 31)
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aspineux gmail com
May the sources be with you
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