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Hello Christian,
 
thanks for your reply.
The only setting that was different from yours it the MailSpoolPath. I adapted it, but nothing changed.
I also created the script /var/vmail/.../sieve/sogo.sieve as well as the link /var/vmail/.../.sieve pointing to the sogo script. But as before, when I modify the filter rules in the SOGo web interface and save the changes, SOGo tells managesieve the command 'SETACTIVE ""' which deletes the link /var/vmail/.../.sieve and furthermore 'DELETESCRIPT "sogo"' which removes the file /var/vmail/.../sieve/sogo.sieve. But then SOGo doesn't sends any further instructions to create a new sogo script and to reenable it.
I'm not using any other software than SOGo to modify my sieve scripts.
 
Oliver

 
------ Originalnachricht ------
Gesendet: 28.06.2016 13:51:11
Betreff: Re: [SOGo] SOGo not sending scripts to managesieve
 

Hallo to allerseits

I had a similar problem about a long time ago when I first implemented SOGo

there the following settings in /etc/sogo/sogo.conf that are relevant with sieve

SOGoMailSpoolPath = /var/vmail;
[...]
SOGoSieveServer = "sieve://mail.mydomain.org:4190";
SOGoSieveScriptsEnabled = YES; // (Sieve Script einschalten)
SOGoVacationEnabled = YES;
SOGoForwardEnabled = YES;

this will result that for example in this described case sogo expects to have a folder called

/var/vmail/ /sieve/

and in it a file called :

/var/vmail/ /sieve/sogo.sieve

The first thing to remember is that
1) YOU MUST CREAT IT. SOGo will not create this file for you. And you must call it sogo.sieve. No other name is good.
And you have to place the link from

ln /var/vmail/ /sieve/sogo.sieve /var/vmail/ /.dovecot.sieve

for dovecot to know this is the main sieve script. SOGo will not put the link.

For some reason this file (/var/vmail/ /sieve/sogo.sieve) is not read correctly by SOGo.

If you create it and modify it with SOGo the world looks fine, but you must never touch this script with another editor.
2) If you modify this file for example with the Thunderbird app SOGO will ignore the changing and will overwrite it with the last version you created with SOGo next time.

Also SOGo does not allow one to write the sieve script by hand.

The Thunderbird plugin will let you create a huge number of scripts, but you can always activate only one.
The script you create with Thunderbird will be called main.sieve and if you activate it your script you created with SOGo will not be active.

And probably this is happening with your case.

Have Fun

Christian


Hi Tilo,

thanks for your response. For me it's:

plugin {
  sieve = /var/vmail/%d/%n/.sieve
  sieve_dir = /var/vmail/%d/%n/sieve
  sieve_before = /var/vmail/sieve/spam-global.sieve
}

As managesieve does not throw any error despite from the non-existant sogo script, I suppose, the fault is located on the sogo side and dovecot is configured correctly.
Is somone else using SOGo 3.1.x on Ubuntu 16.04 with dovecot 2.2.22?

Oliver


------ Originalnachricht ------
Von: "Tilo Werner" mailto:
An:
Gesendet: 27.06.2016 12:43:54
Betreff: Re: [SOGo] SOGo not sending scripts to managesieve

Hi,

for dovecot I've got:

plugin {
  sieve = /var/vmail/%d/%n/.dovecot.sieve
  sieve_dir = /var/vmail/%d/%n/.sieve
  sieve_before = /etc/dovecot/sieve.before
}

where .dovecot.sieve is a link to the active sieve script in folder .sieve

ls -la /var/vmail/moosbee.de/tilo/.dovecot.sieve -> .sieve/sogo.sieve

The active script is defined by the link target.

Hope that helps.
Tilo

Am 27.06.2016 um 00:23 schrieb :
 Hello everybody,

 I'm having problems with my fresh SOGo 3.1.3 installation on Ubuntu
 16.04 with dovecot: when I modify email filters, SOGo does not send
 sieve scripts to managesieve. I tracked the TCP traffic to the
 managesieve server:

 # tcpflow -c -i lo port 4190
 tcpflow: listening on lo
 127.000.000.001.04190-127.000.000.001.56344: "IMPLEMENTATION" "Dovecot
 Pigeonhole"
 "SIEVE" "fileinto reject envelope encoded-character vacation
 subaddress comparator-i;ascii-numeric relational regex imap4flags copy
 include variables body enotify environment mailbox date index ihave
 duplicate mime foreverypart extracttext"
 "NOTIFY" "mailto"
 "SASL" "PLAIN LOGIN"
 "STARTTLS"
 "VERSION" "1.0"
 OK "Dovecot ready."

 127.000.000.001.56344-127.000.000.001.04190: AUTHENTICATE "PLAIN" {100+}
 [...]
 127.000.000.001.56344-127.000.000.001.04190:

 127.000.000.001.04190-127.000.000.001.56344: OK "Logged in."

 127.000.000.001.04190-127.000.000.001.56346: "IMPLEMENTATION" "Dovecot
 Pigeonhole"
 "SIEVE" "fileinto reject envelope encoded-character vacation
 subaddress comparator-i;ascii-numeric relational regex imap4flags copy
 include variables body enotify environment mailbox date index ihave
 duplicate mime foreverypart extracttext"
 "NOTIFY" "mailto"
 "SASL" "PLAIN LOGIN"
 "STARTTLS"
 "VERSION" "1.0"
 OK "Dovecot ready."

 127.000.000.001.56346-127.000.000.001.04190: AUTHENTICATE "PLAIN" {100+}
 [...]
 127.000.000.001.56346-127.000.000.001.04190:

 127.000.000.001.04190-127.000.000.001.56346: OK "Logged in."

 127.000.000.001.56346-127.000.000.001.04190: SETACTIVE ""
 127.000.000.001.56346-127.000.000.001.04190:

 127.000.000.001.04190-127.000.000.001.56346: OK "No scripts currently
 active."

 127.000.000.001.56346-127.000.000.001.04190: DELETESCRIPT "sogo"
 127.000.000.001.56346-127.000.000.001.04190:

 127.000.000.001.04190-127.000.000.001.56346: NO (NONEXISTENT) "Sieve
 script `sogo' not found"

 Here the tcp flow ends. No more communication between SOGo and the
 managesieve server.

 /var/log/sogo/sogo.log:
 Jun 26 23:45:14 sogod [11583]: [ERROR]
 <0x55580dc3f5c0[SOGoAppointmentInboxFolder]:inbox> (-[SOGoGCSFolder
 toOneRelationshipKeys]): fetch failed!
 Jun 26 23:45:14 sogod [11583]: <IP> "PROPFIND
 /dav/oliver/Calendar/inbox/ HTTP/1.1" 207 333/128 0.069 - - 0
 Jun 26 23:49:35 sogod [11583]: <IP> "GET /so/oliver/Preferences
 HTTP/1.1" 200 22307/0 0.116 97847 77% 192K
 Jun 26 23:49:36 sogod [11585]: <IP> "GET /so/oliver/jsonSettings
 HTTP/1.1" 200 1353/0 0.007 - - 0
 Jun 26 23:49:36 sogod [11584]: <IP> "GET /so/oliver/jsonDefaults
 HTTP/1.1" 200 4031/0 0.016 - - 0
 Jun 26 23:49:36 sogod [11583]: <IP> "GET
 /so/oliver/Calendar/alarmslist?browserTime=1466977768 HTTP/1.1" 200
 389/0 0.033 - - 0
 Jun 26 23:49:36 sogod [11583]: <IP> "GET /so/oliver/Mail/0/view
 HTTP/1.1" 200 5065/0 0.283 - - 0
 Jun 26 23:49:41 sogod [11583]: <IP> "GET
 /so/oliver/editFilter?filter=new HTTP/1.1" 200 1780/0 0.008 7536 76% 0
 Jun 26 23:49:53 sogod [11583]: <0x0x55580dc5dc10[SOGoSieveManager]>
 WARNING: Could not delete Sieve script - continuing...: {RawResponse =
 "{ok = 0; }"; result = 0; }
 Jun 26 23:49:53 sogod [11583]: <IP> "POST /so/oliver/Preferences/save
 HTTP/1.1" 200 0/5193 0.260 - - 0

 In /var/log/mail.err and /var/log/mail.log there are no abnormal entries.
 If I create a file named sogo.sieve in the sieve directory, then the
 managesieve server returns a positive answer to the delete command of
 SOGo, but SOGO doesn't send more commands either.
 I at first had installed SOGo version 3.1.2, where the error was already
 present. I then did the update in the hope of resolving the problem.
 What am I missing?

 Thanks.

 Oliver
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