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Re: [sieve] Script Runtime errors via X-Headers

2012-10-12 16:37:19
Hi Thomas,

On 10/12/2012 10:49 PM, Thomas Schmid wrote:
recently I stumbled upon a server, which returns run time errors of a sieve script as an X-Header. I did not find any documentation regarding this behavior, so I think it non standard. Never the less it's quite handy. Especially if you move, rename or misspell an imap folder.

Such an error X-Header looks like this:
X-Nemesis-Sieve: missing mailbox "\example"

Is there a chance to standardize this within the Sieve RFCs? It makes debugging script for inexperienced users with no access to the server logs way easier.

Especially since Paragraph "2.10.6. Errors" of "rfc5228" requires implementation to represent script errors to the user but does not offer any suggestions how to do that.
What are your thought on that?

Actually, we had a discussion about this a few years ago:



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