Implementation of the Sieve mail filtering language.
|m4||Hide internal symbols from the shared library|
|src||Handle more whitespace in rules, this resolves possible default-rule …|
|AUTHORS||Added Dilyan and Paul. Trackers move to GitHub.|
|COPYING||NEWS about the API and LGPL change.|
|Makefile.am||Makefile.am: "make dist" now includes all files in the tarball|
|NEWS||Version bump 2.3.1|
libSieve: a library for parsing, sorting and filtering your mail ---------------------------------------------------------------- This code is a standalone library providing an interpreter for RFC 3028 Sieve and various extensions. It is based upon code distributed with the Cyrus Mail Server prior to CMU's switch to a more restrictive license. The libSieve API attempts to be easy to use and extensible, and replaces the more rigid API in the Cyrus Sieve implementation. For questions, comments, and bug reports regarding this library, please contact Aaron Stone <firstname.lastname@example.org> directly. There are no mailing lists. The documents listed below coincide with those features currently implemented in libSieve. Both as these documents progress through the standardization process and as libSieve itself matures, additional extensions and later revisions of them will be implemented. References: [SIEVE] Showalter, T., "Sieve: A Mail Filtering Language", RFC 3028, January, 2001. [VACATION] Showalter, T., "Sieve: Vacation Extension", draft-showalter-sieve-vacation-04.txt, August, 2000. [IMAPFLAGS] Melnikov, A., "Sieve -- IMAP flag extension", draft-melnikov-sieve-imapflags-03.txt, July, 2000. [NOTIFY] Martin, T., Segmuller, W., "Sieve -- An extension for providing instant notifications", draft-martin-sieve-notify-01.txt, June, 2001. [REGEX] Murchison, K., "Sieve: Regular Expression Extension", draft-murchison-sieve-regex-04.txt, August, 2001. [SUBADDR] Murchison, K., "Sieve: Subaddress Extension", draft-murchison-sieve-subaddress-03.txt, August, 2001.