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installsieve(1)                                                installsieve(1)




NAME

       installsieve - user utility for managing sieve scripts


SYNOPSIS

       installsieve


DESCRIPTION

       installsieve  is  a  utility  that  allows  users to manage their sieve
       scripts kept on the server.




OPTIONS

       -v <name> View script with the given  name.  The  script  if  retrieved
       sucessfully is output to standard output.

       -l  List  all  of  the  scripts  currently on the server. If one of the
       scripts is active a arrow is printed indicating that it is  the  active
       script.

       -p  <port>  Port to connect to. If left off this defaults to "sieve" as
       defined in /etc/services.

       -i <file> Install a file onto the server. If a  script  with  the  same
       name  already  exists on the server it is overwritten. Upon sucessfully
       putting the script on the server the script is set  active.  If  <file>
       has  the  extension  .script it is chopped when put on the server since
       sieve names may not contain a '.'.

       -a <name> Set <name> as the active script. The list of available  names
       can be obtained from the '-l' option..

       -d <name> Delete the sieve script on the server with <name>.

       -m  <mechanism>  Force  installsieve to use <mechanism> for authentica-
       tion. If not specified the strongest authentication mechanism  is  cho-
       sen.

       -g  <name>  Get the sieve script with <name> and save it to disk with a
       ".script" extension. If a file with that  name  already  exists  it  is
       overwritten.

       -u  <user>  Userid/Authname  to use for authentication; by default, the
       current user.



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