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From: Michael Monnerie (michael.monnerieis.it-management.at)
Date: Wed Jul 22 2009 - 07:27:13 CDT
On Mittwoch 22 Juli 2009 Stefan Förster wrote:
> ince you mentioned procmail, my buest guess is that your
> Postfix/Zarafa integration is similar to the wiki page at
> This leaves me slightly puzzled, because I can't imagine where you'd
> want to plug in a Sieve filter: The setup describe above looks like
> the program "zarafa-agent" is doing the final delivery (as far as
> Postfix is concerned), which means that ultimately, the decisions on
> things like the destination mailbox are made by Zarafa, and not any
> intermediate MDA (mail delivery agent).
> What excatly are you trying to do with Sieve filtering?
Yes, zarafa-dagent delivers, but you can tell it where:
* ^X-Original-To: spam-trapotherdomain.example
| /usr/bin/zarafa-dagent $USER -CF Inbox\\SPAM_trapped
Maybe I can do the same with dovecot-deliver as Ralf suggested. I'll try
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