Re: [Dovecot] Poll: Quota near full behavior? [Was: Feature request? Make deliver quota inclusive!]

2010-02-19 Thread Steffen Kaiser
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Thu, 18 Feb 2010, Charles Marcus wrote: On 2010-02-18 11:09 AM, Steffen Kaiser wrote: Actually, I once had a system where the request was we do not send over quota notices, all mails have to arrive. Hence, deliver should have no quota - well, a

Re: [Dovecot] GlusterFs - Any new progress reports?

2010-02-19 Thread John Lyons
Sure .. but you can break the index files in exactly the same way as with NFS. :) That is right :) For us, all the front end exim servers pass their mail to a single final delivery server. It was done so that we didn't have all the front end servers needing to mount the storage. It also

Re: [Dovecot] quota problem

2010-02-19 Thread Andre Hübner
Hello, thanks for help. On Wed, 2010-02-17 at 15:26 +0100, Andre Hübner wrote: my user_query: user_query = SELECT home, uid, gid, concat('*:storage=', quota_bytes,'M') AS quota_rule FROM mail_users WHERE login = '%u' Do you really want quota_bytes number of megabytes? If not, change the

Re: [Dovecot] quota problem

2010-02-19 Thread Timo Sirainen
On Fri, 2010-02-19 at 11:32 +0100, Andre Hübner wrote: best way would be if we could pipe mails from procmail to deliver like described here: http://wiki.dovecot.org/procmail but in this case lda ignores my quota and is putting mails in inbox which is actual over quota. is there a way to

Re: [Dovecot] Poll: Quota near full behavior? [Was: Feature request? Make deliver quota inclusive!]

2010-02-19 Thread Charles Marcus
On 2010-02-18 4:53 PM, Noel Butler wrote: Personally I think the best way would be, if the user isn't over quota at the time of a message delivery, deliver that message, *regardless* of whether or not it puts the user over quota. Wonder if there's anyone who wouldn't want this behavior? One

Re: [Dovecot] Poll: Quota near full behavior? [Was: Feature request? Make deliver quota inclusive!]

2010-02-19 Thread Charles Marcus
On 2010-02-19 3:16 AM, Steffen Kaiser wrote: On Thu, 18 Feb 2010, Charles Marcus wrote: On 2010-02-18 11:09 AM, Steffen Kaiser wrote: Actually, I once had a system where the request was we do not send over quota notices, all mails have to arrive. Hence, deliver should have no quota - well, a

Re: [Dovecot] Poll: Quota near full behavior? [Was: Feature request? Make deliver quota inclusive!]

2010-02-19 Thread Steffen Kaiser
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Fri, 19 Feb 2010, Charles Marcus wrote: Ahh... so, this would only be a [potential] problem in the case of [a] user[s] that didn't login for a long time... and I guess you could even deal with that by some kind of nightly cron job... A cron

Re: [Dovecot] quota problem

2010-02-19 Thread Andre Hübner
Hello, Call deliver with -d $USER parameter. puhh, thanks, i got it now. lda works + all procmail rules. one thing is left, but i think this is not possible. our users have full access to procmailparts. if they use procmailrules to attach mails on folders it its possible to bypass the

[Dovecot] quota plugin + setting in protocol or lda

2010-02-19 Thread maximatt
hi... which are the diference to configure quota plugin when LDA is dovecot: these setting: protocol imap { : mail_plugins = quota imap_quota : } protocol pop3 { : mail_plugins = quota : } .vs.

[Dovecot] Client behaviour with sieve

2010-02-19 Thread Koenraad Lelong
Hi, I have a working dovecot imap-server, with sieve. I find it odd that my mail-clients (Thunderbird 2 and 3) don't report anything that's new in the folders. What I mean is this : Postfix get's a mail and hands it over to dovecot's LDA and sieve moves it to a folder. When I log in with

[Dovecot] Dovecot blog

2010-02-19 Thread Timo Sirainen
http://blog.dovecot.org/ I was thinking that I could blog about: - ideas for new Dovecot feature designs - when I actually manage to implement some new great feature - maybe some stuff about IMAP/email in general - and maybe whenever I happen to be moving to a different country I wasn't

Re: [Dovecot] Client behaviour with sieve

2010-02-19 Thread Nikita Koshikov
On Fri, 19 Feb 2010 15:17:17 +0100 Koenraad Lelong dove...@ace-electronics.be wrote: Hi, I have a working dovecot imap-server, with sieve. I find it odd that my mail-clients (Thunderbird 2 and 3) don't report anything that's new in the folders. What I mean is this : Postfix get's a mail

Re: [Dovecot] Client behaviour with sieve

2010-02-19 Thread Steffen Kaiser
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Fri, 19 Feb 2010, Koenraad Lelong wrote: Is this the expected behaviour ? Yes. Thanks for any clarification. The MUA must actively request the status of the mailfolders. The INBOX and the currently selected folder are automatically

Re: [Dovecot] quota plugin + setting in protocol or lda

2010-02-19 Thread Timo Sirainen
imap is the only special case, because there you probably want to use imap_quota. Everything else is just happy with plain quota. Actually you could even put the regular mail_plugins outside protocol {} and only override it for imap. On 19.2.2010, at 16.15, maximatt wrote: hi... which are

Re: [Dovecot] Client behaviour with sieve

2010-02-19 Thread Roderick A. Anderson
Steffen Kaiser wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Fri, 19 Feb 2010, Koenraad Lelong wrote: Is this the expected behaviour ? Yes. Thanks for any clarification. The MUA must actively request the status of the mailfolders. The INBOX and the currently selected folder

Re: [Dovecot] Client behaviour with sieve

2010-02-19 Thread Koenraad Lelong
Nikita Koshikov schreef: On Fri, 19 Feb 2010 15:17:17 +0100 Koenraad Lelong xxx...@ace-electronics.be wrote: ... Take a look http://www.mozilla.org/support/thunderbird/tips#beh_downloadstartup Hi Nikita, Thanks for the link. What I don't like is that you posted my e-mail-adress in your

Re: [Dovecot] Client behaviour with sieve

2010-02-19 Thread Matthijs Kooijman
Hi Koenraad, What I don't like is that you posted my e-mail-adress in your message. Now it will be available to harvesters, and I will get spam via that address very soon. Please don't be offended, but remove that from your replies. Not to a wise ass, but by posting to a list, you'll get your

Re: [Dovecot] wish now I'd not upgraded...

2010-02-19 Thread Werner
Am 15.02.10 15:18, schrieb Timo Sirainen: On 15.2.2010, at 16.14, Stan Hoeppner wrote: Upgraded from Debian Dovecot 1.0.15 to Debian Dovecot 1.2.10-1~bpo50+1. Problem: Instantly noticed in TB 3.0.1 Win32 that all emails in all folders were marked as unread. This is a Thunderbird bug and

Re: [Dovecot] wish now I'd not upgraded...

2010-02-19 Thread Timo Sirainen
On 19.2.2010, at 17.28, Werner wrote: Am 15.02.10 15:18, schrieb Timo Sirainen: On 15.2.2010, at 16.14, Stan Hoeppner wrote: Upgraded from Debian Dovecot 1.0.15 to Debian Dovecot 1.2.10-1~bpo50+1. Problem: Instantly noticed in TB 3.0.1 Win32 that all emails in all folders were marked as

Re: [Dovecot] Client behaviour with sieve

2010-02-19 Thread Gregory Finch
On 2010-02-19 6:33 AM, Roderick A. Anderson wrote: Steffen Kaiser wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Fri, 19 Feb 2010, Koenraad Lelong wrote: Is this the expected behaviour ? Yes. Thanks for any clarification. The MUA must actively request the status of the

Re: [Dovecot] Dovecot blog

2010-02-19 Thread Charles Marcus
On 2010-02-19 9:20 AM, Timo Sirainen wrote: http://blog.dovecot.org/ I was thinking that I could blog about: I for one will most likely enjoy reading whatever you deem worthy of blogging about. Thanks Timo! -- Best regards, Charles

[Dovecot] quota and lazy_expunge plugins both used: quotas go wrong with lazy_expunge'd mails

2010-02-19 Thread Baptiste Malguy
Hello, I may have missed a point, but I could have found an issue between plugins quota and lazy_expunge. I have noticed that the lazy_expunged mails are counted as part of the quota, while the documentation says it should not be. I have first tried to find out if this was a configuration

[Dovecot] namespaces/virtual folder archiving

2010-02-19 Thread fernando
Hi, I was following the earlier namespaces discussion and I would like to repost a doubt. I need to have some kind of archiving, it means, store old messages into a cheap storage. But I couldn´t think any other solution than symlinks. Then, I thought about store 'Sent Items' (as having old

Re: [Dovecot] Dovecot blog

2010-02-19 Thread Brandon Lamb
On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 8:14 AM, Charles Marcus cmar...@media-brokers.com wrote: On 2010-02-19 9:20 AM, Timo Sirainen wrote: http://blog.dovecot.org/ I was thinking that I could blog about: I for one will most likely enjoy reading whatever you deem worthy of blogging about. Thanks Timo!

Re: [Dovecot] Dovecot blog

2010-02-19 Thread Timo Sirainen
On 19.2.2010, at 19.56, Brandon Lamb wrote: I was thinking that I could blog about: I for one will most likely enjoy reading whatever you deem worthy of blogging about. Thanks Timo! Now where is the Like button to this thread In the blog itself? ;) (Apparently I should replace those

[Dovecot] segfault - (imap|pop3)-login during nessus scan

2010-02-19 Thread Todd Rinaldo
We've been struggling with a problem for the past couple of days which to this point I've only gotten to be able to boil down to this: 1. Install nessus home edition (less pluggins I assume) 2. run all scans (sequentially or in parallel, doesn't seem to matter) 3. about 3 minutes in

Re: [Dovecot] Highly Performance and Availability

2010-02-19 Thread Wayne Thursby
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this thread, it has been very educational. Since my last post, I have had several meetings, including a conference with Dell storage specialists. I have also gathered some metrics to beat around. The EqualLogic units we are looking at are the baseline

Re: [Dovecot] Poll: Quota near full behavior? [Was: Feature request? Make deliver quota inclusive!]

2010-02-19 Thread Noel Butler
On Fri, 2010-02-19 at 06:10 -0500, Charles Marcus wrote: I certainly wouldn't want to accept a message in this case, user might be 1K under quota, but get 20m file now that might be a whoopie doo :) but what if 130K users did same. Well, I'd argue that if you're allowing messages

[Dovecot] Best inode_ratio for maildir++ on ext4

2010-02-19 Thread Rodolfo Gonzalez
Hi, This might be a silly question: which would be the best inode ratio for a 5 Tb filesystem dedicated to Maildir++ storage? I use ubuntu server, which has a preconfigured setting for mkfs.ext4 called news with inode_ratio = 4096, and after formating the fs with that setting and then with the

Re: [Dovecot] Highly Performance and Availability

2010-02-19 Thread Stan Hoeppner
Wayne Thursby put forth on 2/19/2010 3:40 PM: Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this thread, it has been very educational. Since my last post, I have had several meetings, including a conference with Dell storage specialists. I have also gathered some metrics to beat around.

Re: [Dovecot] Best inode_ratio for maildir++ on ext4

2010-02-19 Thread Stan Hoeppner
Rodolfo Gonzalez put forth on 2/19/2010 5:18 PM: Hi, This might be a silly question: which would be the best inode ratio for a 5 Tb filesystem dedicated to Maildir++ storage? I use ubuntu server, which has a preconfigured setting for mkfs.ext4 called news with inode_ratio = 4096, and after

Re: [Dovecot] Best inode_ratio for maildir++ on ext4

2010-02-19 Thread Bernd Petrovitsch
Hi! On Fre, 2010-02-19 at 17:18 -0600, Rodolfo Gonzalez wrote: [...] This might be a silly question: which would be Not at all IMHO. the best inode ratio for a 5 Tb filesystem dedicated to Maildir++ storage? I use ubuntu server, which has a preconfigured setting for mkfs.ext4 called news

Re: [Dovecot] Best inode_ratio for maildir++ on ext4

2010-02-19 Thread Noel Butler
On Fri, 2010-02-19 at 17:51 -0600, Stan Hoeppner wrote: If your version of Ubuntu server has XFS support built in, forget ext4 and go XFS. It's more reliable, faster in every single benchmark I've seen especially for large numbers of files, both large and small, has a ton of management

Re: [Dovecot] Best inode_ratio for maildir++ on ext4

2010-02-19 Thread Noel Butler
Bugger, hit enter too soon, was going to say, it is probably better than using EXT4 though, why on earth anyone would use that on a serious production server I'll never know. On Sat, 2010-02-20 at 11:51 +1000, Noel Butler wrote: On Fri, 2010-02-19 at 17:51 -0600, Stan Hoeppner wrote: If

Re: [Dovecot] segfault - (imap|pop3)-login during nessus scan

2010-02-19 Thread Timo Sirainen
On Fri, 2010-02-19 at 15:28 -0600, Todd Rinaldo wrote: pop3-login[24451]: segfault at 000c rip 003c7de610a2 rsp 7fff07116968 error 4 I'm having a really hard time getting a core dump Yeah, it's difficult to get login processes to core dump. In v1.2 it's easier though.

Re: [Dovecot] segfault - (imap|pop3)-login during nessus scan

2010-02-19 Thread Timo Sirainen
On Sat, 2010-02-20 at 05:23 +0200, Timo Sirainen wrote: On Fri, 2010-02-19 at 15:28 -0600, Todd Rinaldo wrote: pop3-login[24451]: segfault at 000c rip 003c7de610a2 rsp 7fff07116968 error 4 BTW. I just tried with Nessus, but couldn't reproduce this. signature.asc

Re: [Dovecot] Best inode_ratio for maildir++ on ext4

2010-02-19 Thread Rodolfo Gonzalez Gonzalez
Noel Butler wrote: Agree wth XFS, providing, and a big providing, you have reliable and guaranteed power, hard powerouts on XFS are not known for their niceness and protection of data Bugger, hit enter too soon, was going to say, it is probably better than using EXT4 though, why on earth

Re: [Dovecot] Best inode_ratio for maildir++ on ext4

2010-02-19 Thread Stan Hoeppner
Rodolfo Gonzalez Gonzalez put forth on 2/20/2010 12:18 AM: I used to have the maildirs on ReiserFS and never had a problem with it, but given the current state of that FS and that I weren't really comfortable with it, I'll give XFS a try for the maildir array and the postfix queue partition.