Released Pigeonhole v0.4.8.rc1 for Dovecot v2.2.17.rc1

Brad Smith brad at
Mon May 11 23:29:06 UTC 2015

On 05/11/15 18:56, Stephan Bosch wrote:
> On 5/11/2015 6:24 PM, Brad Smith wrote:
>> On 05/10/15 18:42, Stephan Bosch wrote:
>>> Hello Dovecot users,
>>> Here's the Pigeonhole RC that goes with the Dovecot RC. It includes a
>>> few small fixes and one new feature.
>>> Changelog v0.4.8.rc1:
>>> * LDA Sieve plugin: Dovecot changed the deliver_log_format setting to
>>>     include %{delivery_time}. This prompted changes in Pigeonhole that
>>>     make this release dependent on Dovecot v2.2.17.
>>> + Implemented magic to make sieve_default script visible from
>>>     ManageSieve under a configurable name. This way, users can see the
>>>     default rules, edit them and store a private adjusted version. This
>>>     could also be achieved by copying the default script into the user's
>>>     script storage, but that way updates to the global sieve_default
>>>     script would be ignored.
>>> - Fixed problem in address test: erroneously decoded mime-encoded words
>>>     in address headers.
>>> - extprograms plugin: Fixed failure occurring when connecting to script
>>>     service without the need to read back the output from the external
>>>     program.
>>> - Fixed bug in script storage path normalization occurring with relative
>>>     symbolic links below root.
>>> - Fixed and updated various parts of the documentation.
>> Since switching to 0.4.8.rc1 all Sieve filtering has stopped working
>> for me. No errors in the logs. Switch back to 0.4.7 and everything
>> is working fine.
> I am building a crude test suite to automatically run and check
> dovecot-lda with Sieve in a few dozen different configurations (normal
> test suite only tests the interpreter, not the LDA plugin). This problem
> popped up too, and is now fixed:
> This only happens when a sieve_default script is supposed to be executed
> (i.e. if the user has no active personal script) and when
> sieve_default_name is unset.

Thanks. Now it is back to working order.

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