Jan Schneider | 28 Apr 21:35 2015

Ingo H5 (3.2.5) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Ingo Email
Filter Rules Manager version H5 (3.2.5).

Ingo is an email-filter management application. It is fully internationalized,
integrated with Horde and the IMP Webmail client, and supports both  
server-side
(Sieve, Procmail, Maildrop) and client-side (IMAP) message filtering. For more
information on Ingo, visit http://www.horde.org/apps/ingo.

For upgrading instructions, please see
http://www.horde.org/apps/ingo/docs/UPGRADING

For detailed installation and configuration instructions, please see
http://www.horde.org/apps/ingo/docs/INSTALL

The major changes compared to Ingo version H5 (3.2.4) are:
     * Small bugfixes and improvements.
     * Added Galician translation.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:

https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/c712270d4eef978c9388d640d8350bb9cd113c77/ingo/docs/CHANGES

Have fun!

The Horde Team.
trash | 21 Apr 16:54 2015
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hooks: return true; ?


Hi,

I have Ingo up and running but I was wondering what the 'return true' is for?
Could someone please advice?

// DEFAULT: Use hordeauth (identical to not defining hook at all).
//        return true;

Thanks,
Attachment: application/pgp-keys, 1718 bytes

Hi,

I have Ingo up and running but I was wondering what the 'return true' is for?
Could someone please advice?

// DEFAULT: Use hordeauth (identical to not defining hook at all).
//        return true;

Thanks,
Paul Griffith | 21 Apr 14:45 2015
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Regenerate all active filters (procmail)

Hi Everyone,

    We just did a major upgrade of Horde, moving from a very old 
installation to the latest version.  The next part of our mail system 
upgrade involves moving from mbox to maildir format. A show stopper is, 
how do have Ingo regenerate all the active procmail filters so that they 
will use maildir instead of mbox.  We have the correct backend for ingo, 
but how do you regenerate the procmailrc file for our users?

If all else fail we revert to some form of scripting.

Thank You
Paul

trash | 17 Apr 17:22 2015
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Fwd: Make Ingo talking to Sieve


Thanks Ralf.

Thats what I have in my backends.local.php: http://pastebin.com/dKsAf2Kb

And the hooks.local.php: http://pastebin.com/WneNHKn2

the Ingo config file:
$conf['storage']['driver'] = 'prefs';

$conf['rules']['userheader'] = true;

$conf['spam']['header'] = 'X-Spam-Level';

$conf['spam']['char'] = '*';

$conf['spam']['compare'] = 'string';

No luck so far...

Quoting Ralf Lang <lang@...>:

> On 17.04.2015 16:04, trash@... wrote:
>> Hi there,
>>
>> I have a working Horde-Postfix-Dovecot installation. I use Sieve to
>> filter messages and redirect to folders. I edit those roles in the file
>> .dovecot.sieve by hand. I would like to use ingo to manage those rules.
>>
>> I did some research and had a look at backends.php and hooks.php but I
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trash | 17 Apr 16:04 2015
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Make Ingo talking to Sieve

Hi there,

I have a working Horde-Postfix-Dovecot installation. I use Sieve to  
filter messages and redirect to folders. I edit those roles in the  
file .dovecot.sieve by hand. I would like to use ingo to manage those  
rules.

I did some research and had a look at backends.php and hooks.php but I  
did not really understand how to set that up.

Could someone point me in the right direction please?

Any help would be much appreciated.

Attachment: application/pgp-keys, 1718 bytes
Hi there,

I have a working Horde-Postfix-Dovecot installation. I use Sieve to  
filter messages and redirect to folders. I edit those roles in the  
file .dovecot.sieve by hand. I would like to use ingo to manage those  
rules.

I did some research and had a look at backends.php and hooks.php but I  
did not really understand how to set that up.

Could someone point me in the right direction please?

Any help would be much appreciated.
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Samuel Wolf | 30 Mar 20:51 2015
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Disable forward/redirect complete

Hello,

is there a way to disable "Redirect to..." in a filter rule?
I add in prefs.local.php
$_prefs['forward']['locked'] = true;

But this has no affect to the "Redirect to..." in a filter rule.

Samuel

Paul Griffith | 27 Mar 17:15 2015
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Ingo doesn't generate procmailrc file correctly (maildir) .

Greetings,

   I am running into roadblock with Ingo and procmail, likely of my own 
doing. I am running the latest Horde Framework with IMP, Ingo and 
Turba.  This is just a basic webmail setup. I believe my 
backends.local.php is correct but  the .procmailrc file that is 
generated is incorrect, it treats the procmail folders as mbox style and 
not maildir. It is as if it doesn't read my backends.local.php file.

Here is my backends.local.php file for Ingo

# pwd
/local/horde/ingo/config

# cat backends.local.php
<?php
$backends['imap']['disabled'] = true ;
$backends['procmail']['disabled'] = false ;
$backends['procmail']['script']['Ingo::RULE_ALL']['params']['path_style'] = 
'maildir' ;

Here is snipped from 'show active script'

14: ##### ml.horde-ingo #####
      15: :0
      16: * ^List-Id:.*ingo\.lists\.horde\.org
      17: ml.d/horde.ingo
      18: ##### ml.spamassassin #####

Any pointers ??
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Nethub Online - Ming | 6 Mar 10:42 2015
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Re: %u or %U variables for maildrop backend vfs_path not always is "User"

Hi Jan,

Thanks for your info. I am sorry that I don't get your point.

I may described too complicated in previous post. I wanna make it simple
here:


The incorrect path is only the part on variable $USER (while email is $USER <at> 
$DOMAIN).

%U is always = vfs username when vfs username is set, so that %U never give
me the $USER variable

%U will only = $USER when vfs username is NOT set.


In my server, I cannot create many FTP accounts for so many email users,
hence I must set vfs username to use single FTP account to upload all
users' .mailfilter , and the vfs path (or even vfsroot) requires
$DOMAIN/$USER variables (/path/to/vo.demo360.net/test)
. In this case it seems never meet my requirement and I need to modify the
PHP src.

2015-03-05 17:37 GMT+08:00 Jan Schneider <jan <at> horde.org>:

>
> Zitat von Nethub Online - Ming <nethubonline <at> gmail.com>:
>
>  Hi every one,
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Paul Griffith | 5 Mar 18:08 2015
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Ingo error -Unable to load the transport driver "Ingo_Transport_".

Hi Everyone,

    I am in the process of upgrading a very old installation of Horde to 
the latest version. I am running into a issue with Ingo. Currently we 
are running Ingo 1.2.1 and am trying to migrate the database to the new 
installation (Ingo 3.2.4).  When I try to convert the current filters 
from the preferences backend to the new database table, I get the 
following error.

ingo-convert-prefs-to-sql
php ingo-convert-prefs-to-sql < filename
Fatal Error:
Unable to load the transport driver "Ingo_Transport_".
In /local/horde/ingo/lib/Factory/Transport.php on line 67

  1. Horde_Registry::appInit() 
/local/horde/pear/ingo-convert-prefs-to-sql:32
  2. Horde_Registry->pushApp() /local/horde/pear/php/Horde/Registry.php:299
  3. Horde_Registry->_pushAppError() 
/local/horde/pear/php/Horde/Registry.php:1629
  4. Horde_Registry::appInit() 
/local/horde/pear/ingo-convert-prefs-to-sql:32
  5. Horde_Registry->pushApp() /local/horde/pear/php/Horde/Registry.php:299
  6. Horde_Registry->callAppMethod() 
/local/horde/pear/php/Horde/Registry.php:1624
  7. call_user_func_array() /local/horde/pear/php/Horde/Registry.php:1191
  8. Horde_Registry_Application->init()
  9. Ingo_Application->_init() 
/local/horde/pear/php/Horde/Registry/Application.php:105
10. Ingo_Session::create() /local/horde/ingo/lib/Application.php:78
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Nethub Online - Ming | 5 Mar 03:29 2015
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%u or %U variables for maildrop backend vfs_path not always is "User"

Hi every one,

I am testing Ingo for maildrop via FTP, I found that the variables for
maildrop backend vfs_path are not what I want usually. Below is my testing
result, and my solution is at bottom.

==============================================================================================================================
Horde Groupware Webmail Edition: 5.2.5
Imp [Mail]: H5 (6.2.7)
Ingo [Filters]: H5 (3.2.4)

Full email address (example): test <at> vo.demo360.net
Email home dir: /home/vpopmail/domains/vo.demo360.net/test
FTP user: vpopmail
==============================================================================================================================
Conditions A:
1. hooks.php: don't specify vfs username/password
2. 'vfstype' => 'ftp',
3. 'vfs_path' => '/domains/%d/%u',

Result:
1. FTP login username will be using: test (failure as no such user)
==============================================================================================================================
Conditions B:
1. hooks.php: don't specify vfs username/password
2. 'vfstype' => 'ftp',
3. 'vfs_path' => '/domains/%d/%U',

Result:
1. FTP login username will be using: test (failure as no such user)
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Felipe Agnelli Barbosa | 25 Feb 18:30 2015
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Ingo - Sieve - Thunderbird

Guys,

 I'm trying to put plugin sieve in the Thunderbird to connect to Horde.
 I did what the documentation sad, but, didn't work.

I enable sieve in backends.local.php(inside ingo directory).
I run the tcpdump in the client and server, seeking to the port 4190 tcp
and nothing happen.

I want  to know if you guys had the same problem that me.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Felipe

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