Jan Schneider | 5 Apr 12:01 2016
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Ingo H5 (3.2.10) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Ingo Email
Filter Rules Manager version H5 (3.2.10).

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 (3.2.9) are:
     * Bugfixes in Procmail driver.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:

https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/6622f35538e439dd786089f1f155ad5ca50138ce/ingo/docs/CHANGES

Have fun!

The Horde Team.
Hanns Mattes | 16 Mar 10:48 2016
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Error related to hook

Hi,

I find this error in the logs:

EMERG: HORDE [ingo] Call to a member function getParam() on null [pid
26339 on line 26 of "/etc/horde/ingo/hooks.php"]

hooks.php:

<?php

class Ingo_Hooks
{
    /**
     * Returns the username/password needed to connect to the transport
     * backend.
     *
     *  <at> param string $driver  The driver name (array key from
backends.php).
     *
     *  <at> return mixed  If non-array, uses Horde authentication credentials
                      (DEFAULT). Otherwise, an array with the following keys
     *                (non-existent keys will use default values):
     *  - euser: (string; SIEVE ONLY) For the sieve driver, the effective
     *           user to use.
     *  - password: (string) Password.
     *  - username: (string) User name.
     */
     public function transport_auth($driver)
     {
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ANANT S ATHAVALE | 23 Feb 10:07 2016
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Re: [horde] Selecting a field for creating rules.

List,

Possibly I need to create fields.local.php.  But, what should the file  
contain?

Regards,
anant.

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Subject: [horde] Selecting a field for creating rules.
      To: horde <at> lists.horde.org
      Cc: ingo <at> lists.horde.org

> Dear List,
>
> How do I restrict "Body" to be not getting listed in "Select a  
> filed" option while creating a new rule?
>
>
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>           अनंत / Anant
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ANANT S ATHAVALE | 23 Feb 09:51 2016
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Selecting a field for creating rules.

Dear List,

How do I restrict "Body" to be not getting listed in "Select a filed"  
option while creating a new rule?

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Ob Noxious | 2 Feb 08:33 2016
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Folder list refresh

Hi,

This is only a small inconvenience but worth reporting anyway.

I was reading my mail with Thunderbird and using Ingo to setup some Sieve
filters to move mail to specified IMAP folders depending on criteria.

For a particular mail pattern, I decided to create a NEW folder with
Thunderbird and then, finish the configuration of the filter with Ingo. As
IMP is installed (but with 'status' = 'hidden' in case it matters), the
"Deliver to folder..." gets a list of available IMAP folders to use.

The new folder I just created wasn't in the list and I found no way to
refresh that list (ie: get out of the current filter config and try to
return, refresh the page, etc...). I had to logout and log back in to have
an updated folder list.

Is it possible to get a way to update the folder list on demand, maybe a
small button right to the list?

=================================

About the same folder list, the display is a bit different than within IMP
and Ingo. IMP indents subfolders whereas Ingo displays the full path with
slashes. I find the IMP display behaviour way cleaner to read

[IMP style]
Folder1
  SubFolderFoo
    SubFolderBaz
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Jan Schneider | 28 Jan 20:38 2016
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Remove "stop" flag from Procmail?

Hi,

I'd like some feedback from Procmail users.

At the moment, if you disable the stop flag, message are being copied  
due to the "c" flag. The idea probably was to apply several rules in a  
row, but this not what happens with "c".

Actuall I can't think of any of the filter actions supported by  
Procmail that would make sense of being combined though. This is  
different from other filter backends where you can mark messages with  
a flag *and* deliver them into some folder for example.
I'm considering to remove that flag completely for Procmail and keep  
the default behavior for all recipes, i.e. stopping the execution as  
soon as a message is delivered/stored anywhere. But I would appreciate  
some input from people who actually use Procmail first, I don't.

Jan.

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Jan Schneider | 27 Jan 11:05 2016
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Re: Hook for filter rules?

  Please keep discussions on the list.

Zitat von Ob Noxious <obnox3 <at> gmail.com>:

> On Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 8:45 AM, Jan Schneider <jan <at> horde.org> wrote:
>
>>> When a user creates a rule and uses the "Deliver to folder..." action, is
>>> there a hook that one can write to avoid using the text input and instead,
>>> display the IMAP folders hierarchy?
>>
>> It's a configuration setting.
>
>       
>      Can you please name it? I can't seem to find it.
>  
>      Note: I only use Ingo alone on this Horde installation, no IMP  
> nor any other application.
>  
>      I see a "$conf[imap][cache_folders]" boolean setting but I  
> don't use the "$conf[imap]" namespace. I only use IMAP for  
> authentication "$conf['auth']['driver'] = 'imap';" and provide  
> credentials to the "timsieved" driver of Ingo.
>
>    Thanks
>
> --
>     ObNox

Looks like this setting has already been removed with Ingo 2. As long  
as a mail/mailboxList API exists in Horde's registry, this one is used  
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Ob Noxious | 26 Jan 05:33 2016
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Hook for filter rules?

Hi,

I need a way to define a hook for a particular case.

When a user creates a rule and uses the "Deliver to folder..." action, is
there a hook that one can write to avoid using the text input and instead,
display the IMAP folders hierarchy?

It would be very useful for most users as they often produce a lot of
spelling errors when writing down their own folder names.

They get confused because "they can't find their mail" and of course they
blame the mail service as usual. They also have trouble to simply use a
slash ("/") for nested folders.

Thanks for any advice :)

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Ob Noxious | 26 Jan 05:27 2016
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Configuration loading order

Hi,

Upon installing Ingo, I've came accross a problem. Given the fact that
Horde (and apps) can load server-specific configuration, namely $_SERVER[
'SERVER_NAME' ] dependent configuration filenames, I tried to use them but
it didn't work.

/path/to/Horde/ingo/config/backends-hostname.domain.tld.php

Where $backends['sieve']['disabled'] = false;

After fiddling for a moment I found why! I had to rename "backends.php" to
another name because apparently, it gets loaded AFTER the
backends-hostname.domain.tld.php file AFAICS. Since "backends.php" defines
"$backends['sieve']['disabled'] = true;", Horde/Ingo always reported "No
configuration for this application" after login :-(

Until I renamed "backends.php", there was no way for Ingo to use the
"sieve" configuration inside the "backends-hostname.domain.tld.php" file.
"backends.local.php" was not affected and worked correctly as expected.

I did not test the "backends.d/*" case though.

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Steven Murphy | 23 Dec 17:18 2015
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Sieve Vacation Global Excludes

Hi Everyone,

I have an email address that I want to globally exclude from getting
vacation messages no matter how the individual users set their vacation
messages. Is there a way to accomplish this in the ingo prefs file?

Steve
Michael J Rubinsky | 28 Oct 14:53 2015
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Fwd: Problem writing .procmailrc files.

Please keep discussion on the list.

----- Forwarded message from Pro Green European  
<pro_green_european@...> -----
     Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2015 13:38:10 +0000 (UTC)
     From: Pro Green European <pro_green_european@...>
Reply-To: Pro Green European <pro_green_european@...>
  Subject: Re: [ingo] Problem writing .procmailrc files.
       To: mrubinsk@...

On Wednesday, October 28, 2015 2:10 PM, Michael J Rubinsky  
<mrubinsk@...> wrote:

Quoting Pro Green European <pro_green_european@...>:

> Hi.
>
> I am experiencing problems with Ingo 3.2.7 on a RHEL7 based server.
>
>
> After we switched from a RHEL6 Apache/mod_php based Horde
> installation to one with RHEL7 and Apache2.4/php55-php-fpm 5.5.21-4
> from RHSCL, no .procmailrc data is written into the files.
>
> I've tried switching over from FTP to SFTP, but with the same results.
>
> Connection is established, user logs in, but no data is written to
> the .procmailrc file:
>
> My Ingo backends.local.php is:
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