- Iassen Hristov
--On Wednesday, August 04, 2004 5:50 PM +0100 pwhodges
> jshaw541 wrote on Wed, 04 August 2004 16:02
>> pwhodges wrote on Wed, 04 August 2004 03:10
>> > Iassen Hristov wrote on Wed, 28 July 2004 19:31
>> > > I use Mulberry as my e-mail client and it is capable of generating
>> > > Sieve scripts from a GUI interface.
>> > Does this mean that you are using the (now hidden) Sieve interface of
>> > KMS? I couldn't get that to work...
>> Which Sieve interface are you referring to? The per-user, or a
>> per-server deal?
> Port 2000. This is the port that Mulberry is supposed to be able to use
> to edit sieve on the server. I couldn't get it to work, and Kerio hid it
> from the admin program sometime during the 5.x series (though existing
> settings are retained, so mine is still live; I haven't checked if it's
> been dumped in v6, now I think of it!).
Yes, I remember this. There was a Sieve service listening on 2000/TCP in
version 5.3 or so, but at the time Mulberry did not support this. Then
Mulberry introduced the support for the remote Sieve protocol, but the
service has disappeared from the KMS admin interface.
At present I am using the web interface to edit the whole list of rules as
one big script.
Actually now that you reminded me of this I re-enabled the portion of
mailserver.cfg (I had AutoStart=0) and now the service is online.
However I could not make it work. I got all sorts of errors. It would
either not able to login: I have the impression that the Sieve
implementation does not support correctly the authentication methods that
the rest of the protocols do (CRAM-MD5, NTLM, etc) or the encryption part
("STARTTLS - TLSv1" or "STARTTLS - SSL"). After switching to plain text
authentication with no encryption I got a timeout.
Mulberry uses ManageSIEVE protocol for uploading SIEVE scripts. The
implementation seems to be somewhat limited, however I would love to see
this working with KMS. This is the only feature I can't access with my
e-mail client and I have to use the web interface.
Your description exactly matches my experience.
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