On Tue, 18 Mar 2008, Ned Freed wrote:
Not really. The information environment supplies is, as the name implies,
the environment things are operating in. This includes information about the
Sieve interpreter, the host it is running on, and the network. The last item
includes connection information, which is in no way specific to a particular
message - a connection can relate to many messages.
However the information about the interpreter and the host are essentially
static - they don't change over the run-time of the server or even longer
periods - whereas connection information is dynamic. The fact that
multiple messages can be delivered on the same connection is a detail that
usually doesn't matter to users or even admins, so it's usually simpler to
treat it as a property of the message not of the platform.
Otherwise I agree with Ned.
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