On 2007-11-17 16:38:43 +0100, Arnt Gulbrandsen wrote:
John Leslie writes:
It was my understanding that sieve is a "language for filtering
e-mail messages at time of final delivery". If so, the URI fetching
and message regeneration will already have been done. So I don't see
a problem here.
Redirect causes a second final delivery to take place, and may change
the envelope sender between the first and second deliveries.
In any case the content of the mail need to be retrieved before the
first delivery, so the original URL cannot be used for the second
delivery. If the path between the first and second delivery also uses
TBR the mail needs to stored on a second server and the envelope sender
needs to be changed to reflect that. So there is no problem.
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