Date: Thu, 02 Nov 2000 20:51:01 -0500
From: Ken Murchison <ken(_at_)oceana(_dot_)com>
One last point (I promise :^) Are you going to use sieve-address in the
formal grammar for redirect/vacation? I think just saying that
addresses "are also a subset
of strings" leaves room for someone to do:
Do we really want to allow this? This should still parse OK, but it's
pretty ugly. Maybe stating that addresses are a subset of
quoted-strings would be better? Or better yet, define:
I don't think we should care about ugliness. It's ugly but it's a legal
address with a single interpretation, so it's fine.
We want the least sane rules, not the prettiest addresses.