[RCU] Is there a plugin button that will rename email files instead of moving them to the .Trash dir?
phil at pricom.com.au
Sun Nov 25 11:11:17 CET 2018
On 2018-11-25 12:14, Gnul Char wrote:
> Is your SMTP mail server Postfix?
No, QMail and there is no chance of changing that for the foreseeable
future . .
> Any sever that uses "maildir" is easy this way: simply have a
> scheduled cron job, run as the postfix or equivalent user, to "mv" the
> directories or files daily. I mention this method based on your scale
> of use.
But I want to keep the renamed ".1504 . . " files in the same cur dirs
until that cron job happens - the question is how to rename the file
using a button or something?
> Else you can use "sieve" to do this for you, in it's syntax. Installed
> along with Postfix is great. Usually per-user configured, with an
> awesome "manage sieve" Roundcube plugin. You can manually install
> configs for every user on the file system; also may place in /etc/skel
> or other new user creation script, so all new users get your choice of
> rules, depending on your mail storage configs.
Don't use Postfix on this server . .
> With limited details, it appears your request is outside the Roundcube
> scope, but easily solved with other means.
Yes, someone else suggested a plugin which I can't find but maybe
writing my own plugin is an option?
> Good luck.
> On Sat, Nov 24, 2018, 10:22 AM Philip Rhoades <phil at pricom.com.au
>> I have 1,566 Maildir folders and I would like to script process
>> files once a day while they are still in their original dirs - but I
>> don't want them listed - is there a plugin or some sort of one-click
>> mechanism I can use to rename a file from something like:
>> 15430. . .
>> .15430. . .
>> ? or something that won't display in the RCM client?
>> Philip Rhoades
>> PO Box 896
>> Cowra NSW 2794
>> E-mail: phil at pricom.com.au
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