Hello Dovecot users,
Here is the Pigeonhole hole release candidate that goes with the Dovecot
release candidate. Nothing really special going on, just a few changes
and fixes that accumulated over the last few months.
* redirect action: Always set the X-Sieve-Redirected-From header to
sieve_user_email if configured. Before, it would use the envelope
recipient instead if available, which makes no sense if the primary
e-mail address is available.
+ vacation extension: Allow ignoring the envelope sender while composing
the “To:” header for the reply. Normally, the “To:” header is composed
from the address found in the “Sender”, “Resent-From” or “From”
headers that is equal to the envelope sender. If none is then found,
the bare envelope sender is used. This change adds a new setting
“sieve_vacation_to_header_ignore_envelope”. With this setting enabled,
the “To:” header is always composed from those headers in the source
message. The new setting thus allows ignoring the envelope, which is
useful e.g. when SRS is used.
+ vacation extension: Compose the “To:” header from the full sender
address found in the first “Sender:”, “From:” or “Resent-From:”
header. Before, it would create a “To:” header without a phrase part.
The new behavior is nicer, since the reply will be addressed to the
sender by name if possible.
– LDA Sieve plugin: Fixed sequential execution of LDAP-based scripts. A
missing LDAP-based script could cause the script sequence to exit
– sieve-filter: Removed the (now) duplicate utf8 to mutf7 mailbox name
conversion. This caused problems with mailbox names containing UTF-8
characters. The Dovecot API was changed years ago, but apparently
sieve-filter was never updated.
The release is available as follows:
Refer to http://pigeonhole.dovecot.org and the Dovecot v2.x wiki for
more information. Have fun testing this release candidate and don’t
hesitate to notify me when there are any problems.
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