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Old 31st August 2011, 10:40
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Default Extend require line for dovecot.sieve-files

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Hi there!

Maybe someone can give me a hand here: Due to the fact that the sieverules-plugin of roundcube allows more complex filtering solutions than ISPConfig we found the require-line which is written by ispconfig insufficient:

require ["fileinto", "regex", "vacation"];
Because some of our users are utilizing the copy-function for instance the require line would read:

require ["fileinto","regex","vacation","copy"];
As far as I'm concerned the require line is written statically to the dovecot.sieve-file. In which file is this directive defined so we can simply add more sieve-filter-features?

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