Paul Lesneiwski | 1 Aug 03:41 2005

Re: spam_buttons to move message to spam/ham-folders


> Hi,
>
> I use a bayesian filter on server side and make it work by moving
> messages in specials folders to classifie them.
>
> Now i would like to make a plugin to have two button spam and not-spam
> that will move the message in the right folder (in index or view.
>
> Can i do that now with spam_button plugin ? If not, can somebody show me
> the direction that i can implement it ?

It's on the TODO list (which I believe is in the README file).

In the meantime, you could use the bounce functionality to resend it with
a subject line that will get it filtered into the right place(?).

 - paul

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Jonathan Angliss | 1 Aug 06:43 2005

Re: msg_flags Issue


Hello Paul Lesneiwski,
On Saturday, July 30, 2005, you wrote:

>> I'm a bit lost on this one. I've installed the msg_flags plugin and when
>> I got to run my configtest.php to check things out I get this error:
>>
>> *ERROR:* You have enabled the /msg_flags/ plugin but I cannot read its
>> setup.php file.

> I don't recall reading ANYWHERE in the README file for that plugin to
> enable the plugin in conf.pl.  Maybe you shouldn't make that assumption.
> :)

I'd imagine the assumption is based on the fact that, with the
exception of the compatibility plugin, I believe nearly every single
other plugin requires you to include/enable it. Though I do agree that
people should read the README/INSTALL files properly, maybe following
the plugin specs yourself, and including an empty setup.php file with
just open/close php tags might be in order :)

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Paul Lesneiwski | 1 Aug 07:00 2005

Re: msg_flags Issue


>>> I'm a bit lost on this one. I've installed the msg_flags plugin and
>>> when
>>> I got to run my configtest.php to check things out I get this error:
>>>
>>> *ERROR:* You have enabled the /msg_flags/ plugin but I cannot read its
>>> setup.php file.
>
>> I don't recall reading ANYWHERE in the README file for that plugin to
>> enable the plugin in conf.pl.  Maybe you shouldn't make that assumption.
>> :)
>
> I'd imagine the assumption is based on the fact that, with the
> exception of the compatibility plugin, I believe nearly every single
> other plugin requires you to include/enable it.

The multilogin plugin also doesn't get enabled when used in context with
the vlogin plugin.

> Though I do agree that
> people should read the README/INSTALL files properly, maybe following
> the plugin specs yourself, and including an empty setup.php file with
> just open/close php tags might be in order :)

Hey, ain't my plugin!  :)  I just updated the patch files the last couple
times.  I can try to do that on the next go-around, but not sure the last
patch doesn't work with 1.4.5, so not sure when the next release will be.

 - Paul

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Fredrik Jervfors | 1 Aug 09:18 2005
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Re: Proon translations

> dk> I made Czech translations for this one (see attached file), but dk>
> this plugin is not ready for this (nor other languages).
>
> I've got an update to proon with this cs_CZ translation ready to go
> (along with software fixes to make the localization actually work).
> If anyone else has a translation in the works, let me know if it's
> coming soon, and I can inlcude it in the update. --

Give me a day or two and I'll send you a Swedish translation, as well as
any other pointers I may find.

Sincerely,
Fredrik.

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Fredrik Jervfors | 1 Aug 09:18 2005
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Re: Proon translations

> dk> I made Czech translations for this one (see attached file), but dk>
> this plugin is not ready for this (nor other languages).
>
> I've got an update to proon with this cs_CZ translation ready to go
> (along with software fixes to make the localization actually work).
> If anyone else has a translation in the works, let me know if it's
> coming soon, and I can inlcude it in the update. --

Give me a day or two and I'll send you a Swedish translation, as well as
any other pointers I may find.

Sincerely,
Fredrik.

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Fredrik Jervfors | 1 Aug 09:24 2005
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Re: translations of INBOX

> While getting a better education about SM translations, I noticed that
> there is an SM localizable string for "INBOX", and it's used in the left
> frame folder list in place of the literal "INBOX".  It's also used in the
> right frame message list when the INBOX folder is selected.
>
> It was a complete surprise to me that it existed, so perhaps it merits
> a specific mention in plugins.txt.  It doesn't look like there are similar
> items for Sent, Trash, and Draft.
>
> I'm a little unclear on whether or not I should be using that
> localized INBOX string when I display folder names in a plugin.  (I'd have
> to make a special case for it since I'm otherwise just taking what IMAP
> gives me, and it will always be "INBOX" there, I think.)

Yes, you should localize INBOX. All other folder names are decided by the
user and don't need i18n, but (I think) INBOX is part of the RFC and can't
be touched, so i18n is needed by the client to present it properly to the
end user.

Sincerely,
Fredrik.

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Tomas Kuliavas | 1 Aug 10:52 2005
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Re: translations of INBOX


> While getting a better education about SM translations, I noticed that
> there is an SM localizable string for "INBOX", and it's used in the left
> frame folder list in place of the literal "INBOX".  It's also used in the
> right frame message list when the INBOX folder is selected.
>
> It was a complete surprise to me that it existed, so perhaps it merits
> a specific mention in plugins.txt.  It doesn't look like there are similar
> items for Sent, Trash, and Draft.

INBOX is special IMAP folder name. Sent, Trash and Drafts are not special.

Theoretically we can rewrite Sent, Trash and Drafts too, but there are too
many "what if" checks.

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> I'm a little unclear on whether or not I should be using that
> localized INBOX string when I display folder names in a plugin.  (I'd have
> to make a special case for it since I'm otherwise just taking what IMAP
> gives me, and it will always be "INBOX" there, I think.)

Display INBOX as _("INBOX") and check how you display UTF7-IMAP encoded
folder names with non ASCII characters and folder names with html
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s├ębastien dicque | 1 Aug 16:10 2005

plugin sent_confirmation

Hello everyone,
I use the plugin sent_confirmation with a transition windows and I've got some trouble. When I use it and I sent a mail to an address which is not in my local recipient table  like test <at> mysite.com I have the page with the sent confirmation whereas this adresse doesn't exist. If I did the same test wit the pluging sent_confirmation but without a transition windows I've got the good message
550 <test <at> mydomain.com>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in local recipient table
Could you help me? Thank you in advance.

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M Lister | 1 Aug 16:22 2005

Updated image_button plugin?

I was wondering if there are any updates to the image_button plugin.
The last update seems to be from 2003. Has this plugin been abandoned?

Erik H

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M Lister | 2 Aug 16:17 2005

Shared Calendar not adding events

I'm having a problem with the shared calendar.
I'm running SM v. 1.5.0 and Shared Calendar v.2.0.1 and SQL Backend v1.1-2.0
OS: Win2K, PHP: 4.3.3, mySQL: 5.1.10

The calendar will add calendars just fine and lists the calendars I have
permission to the ways it is supposed to. But it won't let me add any
events. I get no error messages. It draws up the menuline, and just quits
right there.
As far as I can tell my mySQL DB and tables are correct according to the
Readme file. Have read and re-read the documentation but still can't
figure this out.

Has anyone else had this problem? Anyone figure out what is going on?

Please help.

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