[Dovecot] LDA vs maildrop... LDA *and* maildrop?
Ralf.Hildebrandt at charite.de
Fri Jun 22 12:27:13 EEST 2012
* email builder <emailbuilder88 at yahoo.com>:
> >> 1. we use a lot of maildrop "features" that are impossible in
> >> sieve
> > We're calling deliver from maildropc
> Ah, so this is actually sane enough of an idea that someone
> really uses it? Is the performance reasonable? Bounces or
> deferred mail all work as expected? What syntax did you use
> to replace to/cc with calls to LDA?
I'll send you my /etc/maildroprc
it's working OK. I'm using deliver where I can, only a few things are
done by maildrop/mailbot
> >> 2. would love to try dbox
> > For that you'd need to call deliver from maildropc
> I take it you didn't try this
> >> 3. we use IMAP/Maildir++ quotas (looks like with a little finesse
> >> it's possible to get maildrop and dovecot to play nice on this
> >> account, yes?)
> > deliver/dovecot is handling Maildir++ quotas just fine.
> But if you call dovecot LDA you're not limited to Maildir++
> quotas, right?
> You can strip quota support out of maildrop and just let dovecot LDA
> and dovecot IMAP enforce quotas which keeps things more simple, no?
Since I'm delegating all delivery to deliver, except for pipes, I'm
using the quota facilities of deliver/dovecot
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