[Dovecot] quota vs. antispam issue
johannes at sipsolutions.net
Mon Jul 21 07:48:42 EEST 2008
On Sun, 2008-07-20 at 23:53 +0300, Timo Sirainen wrote:
> > Ok, that seems to work, but I think a better alternative would probably
> > be to make dest_mail a struct mail ** like the context.
> That'd be an API change and I'd rather not do that for v1.1. But I
> suppose it would be the best permanent solution, so I'll do that for
Right, yeah, it'd be an API change, though I suppose the only external
plugin is probably mine ;) If you wanted to do it you could make some
header file declare a macro SAVE_FINISH_HAS_STRUCT_MAIL_PP, but I'm ok
with doing it in 1.2, except that means that during 1.1 antispam and
quota cannot be used together.
> How about these:
Will check them out when I'm done travelling, sitting on a train right
now without connectivity.
> The problem isn't flags, it's that if the dest_mail is non-NULL then the
> mail storage backends must assume that caller wants to do something with
> the mail, so it should be added to index. For example with mbox if
> dest_mail=NULL the mails are added to index only if the mbox is already
> fully synchronized. With dest_mail!=NULL the mbox always gets
> synchronized (which could be slow).
Ok, I didn't know that part, thanks for the explanation.
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