Mike Cochrane | 21 Sep 04:18 2002
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Re: [imp] Sieve app gets made more usable...

Well yes and no... the problem is that most scripts have elsifs in them and the
ingo storage systems doesn't allow for these. if we were importing the following
simple script you can see quickly what's going to happen.

if (a) {
  x;
} elsif (b) {
  y;
} else {
  z;
}

if {c) {
  l;
} else {
  m;
}

the way this would be stored and outputed by ingo is:
if (allof(a, c)) {
 x;
 l;
 stop;
}

if (allof(a, !c) {
 x;
 m;
 stop;
} 
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Luc de Louw | 1 Sep 01:48 2002
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conf.php

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Hi all,

I just wanted to get ingo working for testing and I miss the conf.php file.

How should it look like?

thanks for any hints

rgds

Luc
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Tim Gorter | 1 Sep 04:36 2002

conf.php

conf.php is now created by logging into horde (head) as administrator and
selecting configure on the menu.

Sunday, September 1, 2002, 1:48:20 AM, Luc de Louw wrote:

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LdL> I just wanted to get ingo working for testing and I miss the conf.php file.

LdL> How should it look like?

LdL> thanks for any hints

LdL> rgds

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Ilya | 2 Sep 02:11 2002

ingo errors

Hello, when I open ingo I get following erros in php.log:
[01-Sep-2002 19:57:03] PHP Notice:  Undefined index:  name in
/usr/local/www/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc on line 17
[01-Sep-2002 19:57:03] PHP Notice:  Undefined index:  name in
/usr/local/www/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc on line 17
[01-Sep-2002 19:57:03] PHP Notice:  Undefined index:  name in
/usr/local/www/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc on line 18
[01-Sep-2002 19:57:03] PHP Notice:  Undefined index:  name in
/usr/local/www/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc on line 18
[01-Sep-2002 19:57:03] PHP Notice:  Undefined index:  name in
/usr/local/www/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc on line 19
[01-Sep-2002 19:57:03] PHP Notice:  Undefined index:  name in
/usr/local/www/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc on line 19
[01-Sep-2002 19:57:03] PHP Notice:  Undefined index:  name in
/usr/local/www/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc on line 25
[01-Sep-2002 19:57:03] PHP Notice:  Undefined index:  name in
/usr/local/www/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc on line 25

I also have a question on functionality - can ingo grab existing rules from
sieve? or it is still in works.

any suggestions?

thank you

PS i just noticed that the title of browser does not reflect change, when
you switch from other horde app to ingo

Ilya | 6 Sep 06:24 2002

folder not available

when I choose fileinto rule, the only folder available to me from the drop
down box is INBOX, is it just me? or is there a bug in the code somewhere?

thx

Mike Cochrane | 6 Sep 06:47 2002
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folder not available

The list if fetched from IMP. You will need to be using IMP for login. 

Other than that you'll have to do a bit of digging to find what went wrong.

- Mike :-)

> ----- Message from mail@... ---------
>     Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 00:24:26 -0400
>     From: Ilya <mail@...>
> Reply-To: Ilya <mail@...>
>  Subject: [ingo] folder not available
>       To: ingo@...
> 
> when I choose fileinto rule, the only folder available to me from the drop
> down box is INBOX, is it just me? or is there a bug in the code somewhere?
> 
> thx
> 
> --
> Ingo mailing list
> Frequently Asked Questions: http://horde.org/faq/
> To unsubscribe, mail: ingo-unsubscribe@...
> 
> ----- End message from mail@... -----

Ilya | 6 Sep 06:59 2002

folder not available

I do use IMP ( well composite driver with imp/cyrsql). I will try to dig
into this, any pointers where does it start loading folders?

The reject rule does not work for some reason. If you have any suggestions
on where to look, Id appreciate it.
I have a bunch of fileinto from websieve, which work fine, and I see an
X-Sieve header on "should  be" reject mail. Not sure why sieve doesnt react.
I use exim with lmtpunix socket.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Cochrane" <mike@...>
To: <ingo@...>
Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 12:47 AM
Subject: Re: [ingo] folder not available

> The list if fetched from IMP. You will need to be using IMP for login.
>
> Other than that you'll have to do a bit of digging to find what went
wrong.
>
> - Mike :-)
>
> > ----- Message from mail@... ---------
> >     Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 00:24:26 -0400
> >     From: Ilya <mail@...>
> > Reply-To: Ilya <mail@...>
> >  Subject: [ingo] folder not available
> >       To: ingo@...
> >
> > when I choose fileinto rule, the only folder available to me from the
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Ilya | 8 Sep 04:27 2002

folder not available

ok, that was easy ;)
apparently IMP thinks that I am not subscribed to these folders
The question is, should IMP read subscription info from the server? Or
keeping separate subscription was done on purpose?
For example cyrus keeps subs file which contains all subscribed folders. So
any client can behave the same way.

And the second question is - where does ingo keep rule if they are not
activated? in sql?
are there plans for it to connect to sieve and retrive existing rules?

thanks Mike

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Cochrane" <mike@...>
To: <ingo@...>
Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 12:47 AM
Subject: Re: [ingo] folder not available

> The list if fetched from IMP. You will need to be using IMP for login.
>
> Other than that you'll have to do a bit of digging to find what went
wrong.
>
> - Mike :-)
>
> > ----- Message from mail@... ---------
> >     Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 00:24:26 -0400
> >     From: Ilya <mail@...>
> > Reply-To: Ilya <mail@...>
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Mike Cochrane | 8 Sep 07:13 2002
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folder not available

> ----- Message from mail@... ---------
> 
> ok, that was easy ;)
> apparently IMP thinks that I am not subscribed to these folders
> The question is, should IMP read subscription info from the server? Or
> keeping separate subscription was done on purpose?
ummm... you got me there... it's basically the same code that creates the IMP
folder lists. so what ever imp show, ingo shows.... i think.. :-)

> And the second question is - where does ingo keep rule if they are not
> activated? in sql?
> are there plans for it to connect to sieve and retrive existing rules?
Ingo stores everything in prefs. and at this point, there are no plans to
retrieve existing rules as elsifs are too hard to handle. If someone writes an
import part to ingo then the option to import imp filters could be added.

- Mike :-)

> 
> thanks Mike
> 
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mike Cochrane" <mike@...>
> To: <ingo@...>
> Sent: Friday, September 06, 2002 12:47 AM
> Subject: Re: [ingo] folder not available
> 
> 
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Marc G. Fournier | 13 Sep 04:38 2002

Error trying to create a new rule ...


I just did a CVS update, to see if I was out ... this is on the 'rules'
page ...

Notice: Undefined index: name in /usr/local/www/hub.org/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc
on line 17

Notice: Undefined index: name in /usr/local/www/hub.org/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc
on line 17
[Edit ]
Notice: Undefined index: name in /usr/local/www/hub.org/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc
on line 18

Notice: Undefined index: name in /usr/local/www/hub.org/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc
on line 18
[Delete ]
Notice: Undefined index: name in /usr/local/www/hub.org/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc
on line 19

Notice: Undefined index: name in /usr/local/www/hub.org/horde/ingo/templates/filters/filter.inc
on line 19


Gmane