sieve trace directory: error
andre at rodier.me
Sat Mar 31 11:50:02 EEST 2018
On 31/03/18 09:29, Stephan Bosch wrote:
> Op 3/31/2018 om 9:27 AM schreef André Rodier:
>> I am using a custom directory for sieve logs and trace and it apparently
>> generate an error, in some corner case.
>> - I have an IMAP global sieve script, that is run when appending emails
>> into the "Archives" folder.
>> - I have Thunderbird configured to archive emails by year
>> When archiving an email, for instance in "Archives/2018", I often have
>> an error message like this:
>> Mar 31 08:03:02 homebox dovecot: imap(andre): Error: sieve:
>> failed: No such file or directory
>> I have this configuration (amongst) for sieve logs:
>> sieve_user_log = ~/mails/sieve/logs/
>> sieve_trace_dir = ~/mails/sieve/logs/
>> sieve_trace_level = commands
>> sieve_trace_debug = yes
>> sieve_trace_addresses = yes
>> Did I a misconfigured something?
> This should fix the trace directory problem:
> I still need to create some CI tests for this and it needs some internal
> review before it will be merged in Pigeonhole core.
> Also, I notice that your sieve_user_log setting points to a directory.
> That needs to be a file, otherwise it will not work.
Thanks for your help and your advice, Stephen.
I suppose it will take some time before being included into the Debian
I have amended the sieve_user_log setting.
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