[Dovecot] global vs user script
skdovecot at smail.inf.fh-bonn-rhein-sieg.de
Tue May 8 09:45:31 EEST 2007
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On Tue, 8 May 2007, M1 wrote:
I glanced over the current Sieve library (CMU):
> 1) 3 global scripts, 1 execute before user script, 1 execute after user
> script, 1 execute only if there is no user script.
I didn't found an easy way to let the parser read in more than one script
in a row. There is a function that translates just one file into the
bytecode. It is not iterative.
> 2) Call global script from user script or call user script from global
Maybe, one could expand Sieve to have some sort of "include" statement. It
However, there are at least two other Sieve implementations, too, there
had been some suggestions to look into them, but nobody jump into til now.
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