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From Eric Charles <e...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Questions about rights to perform IMAP quota commands defined in RFC 2087
Date Sun, 08 Mar 2015 17:07:01 GMT
There were patches contributed (but not committed) to support the QUOTA
extensions. You may find there interesting information.

On 01/21/2015 10:35 AM, Benoit Tellier wrote:
> Hi ,
>
> As said before, I was asked to add support for quotas in James. I am not
> a fan of the existing matchers that have serious performance issues.
>
> I also need to support IMAP commands defined in RFC 2087.
>
> Were things gets a bit tricky, it is with the rights : I could not
> manage to find a RFC that tells you who is allowed to perform SETQUOTA,
> GETQUOTA and GETQUOTAROOT commands on which mailbox.
>
>     For GETQUOTAROOT, I made the choice that the user should have the
> read write on the mailbox.
>   
>     For GETQUOTA, I seems natural that the user should have the read
> permission on one of the mailbox belonging to the quota root. I bond
> quota root to be the user owning the mailbox...
>
> So we come to my first question :
>
>         How do I get all the mailboxes for a given user ? I gess I can
> achive this threw MailboxManager::search() but I have troubles
> understanding the way MailboxQuery works... I f you have any tips ...
>
>     We have an application ( OBM ) that uses the SETQUOTA command. We
> nowadays uses Cyrus, that allow an admin account to perform SETQUOTA
> operations. My question is :
>
>         Is there any ADMIN account in James ? Is their any way to
> achieve the same thing ? Of course SETQUOTA should be possible threw JMX
> ( I already implemented that ), but we realy want to do that in a
> standardized way using the SETQUOTA command.
>
>
>
> Thank you very much,
>
> Best regards,
>
> Benoit Tellier
>
>
>
>
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