Sieve is used to filter messages directly on the imap server. In this way, it can replace local mail filter rules in the user’s email agent. This is very useful, if more then one email agent is used – e.g. if the same server is used from different computers or operatint systems. In my case, the company notebook is Windows driven (using Thunderbird) and my workstation is running on linux using Evolution as a mail client. My mails are filtered by Sieve so I do not need to edit filter rules for each client.
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The current fuel level for Epson printers can be discovered using the escputils. Continue reading “Getting the ink level for epson printers”
After I have upgraded from Ubuntu 11.04 to 11.10 I discovered an issue on kmail – emails were not sent but stayed in the local “outbox” folder. Continue reading “Kmail: Emails stuck in outbox folder”
When using Maven3 to build your enterprise application containing an war file, the war file’s context root is set as
If you want to overwrite this root context, you can do this in the EAR’s pom.xml. Continue reading “Maven: update context root in EAR”