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Offline denix

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Solutions for filtering
« on: November 09, 2007, 03:17:08 AM »
Roundcube doesn't support filtering, like most clients seem to. The official line seems to be 'it should be done by the server, not the client'.

I like this idea, as I often use multiple clients and it's a pain to set up my filters more than once. However, after spending some time googling, I'm having trouble coming up with a solution that does what I want.

I run a vpopmail/qmail/courier-imap environment, hosting several mail domains. I'd like users to be able to log in, and set up their own custom filters for the server to process (the 'deliver all mail with [gentoo-announce] in the subject line to my 'Gentoo' folder' kind) when it delivers mail. I'd like them to be able to do this via a web interface.

Can anybody please point me at some software that will enable me to do this?

Offline bpat1434

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Re: Solutions for filtering
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2007, 08:42:14 PM »
I'm not sure of any web software that will do this; however, you could look into Sieve as that has the filtering capability you're looking for. It's server-side so you could set it up via a web interface (or manually upload the Sieve scripts) per user and they'd be sorted before it hits your inbox ;) My university just switched to Sieve filtering, and it's nice.