[Dovecot] Sieve and LDA
bernat at luffy.cx
Tue Jan 30 20:43:17 UTC 2007
OoO Lors de la soirée naissante du mardi 30 janvier 2007, vers 18:19,
"Mark E. Mallett" <mem at mv.mv.com> disait:
>> | 2.10.3. Message Uniqueness in a Mailbox
>> | Implementations SHOULD NOT deliver a message to the same folder more
>> | than once, even if a script explicitly asks for a message to be
>> | written to a mailbox twice.
>> | The test for equality of two messages is implementation-defined.
>> | If a script asks for a message to be written to a mailbox twice, it
>> | MUST NOT be treated as an error.
> I have interpreted this to mean that within a single delivery (e.g. a
> single invocation of a script for a particular message), the implementation
> should take care to de-duplicate requests to file into folders, so that
> attempts to file multiple times to a folder within that single script
> execution should be thwarted. Your last sentence makes it seem that you
> are thinking that the prohibition spans multiple script invocations
> (e.g. for different deliveries), but I don't believe that's the
Well, with a single invocation, the sentence "The test for equality of
two messages is implementation-defined." is a non-sense since messages
cannot be modified. This is why I think that the prohibition spans
multiple script invocations.
BOFH excuse #120:
we just switched to FDDI.
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