Sieve and recipient_delimiter

@lbutlr kremels at
Sat Nov 16 19:46:48 EET 2019

I use recipient_delimiter addresseses quiet a bit, and I want to put several of them into a mailbox

if anyof (header :contains ["to"] [ “FOO", “foo", “bar", “florin"]) {
        fileinto :create “later";

When I get an email addressed to me+FOO at or me_florin at, the messages end up in my inbox (Yes, I have both + and _ defined as delimiters in postfix and in dovecot).

Is this because sieve is not seeing the delimiter? I am wondering this because I have another rule that seems to be working fine that is largely the same, but operates on domains:

if anyof ( header :contains ["From"] [“", “localdomain1.tld”, 
           "localdomain2.tld", "localdomain3.tld", “” ]){
   fileinto :create "priority";

She'd always tried to face towards the light. But the harder you stared into
the brightness the harsher it burned into you until, at last, the temptation
picked you up and bid you turn around to see how long, rich, strong and dark,
streaming away behind you, your shadow had become- --Carpe Jugulum

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