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Plugins - Autorespond (vacation reply, forward, and filter editor)
Category: Vacation

Autorespond is a vacation and forwarding plugin that attempts to provide a very clear interface for managing a .forward and .vacation.msg. Features include:
  • FTP-based access to user homes using IMAP auth credentials, simplifying installation and avoiding the need for a setuid app
  • editing your vacation message and subject
  • emptying out your vacation reply cache
  • including your squirrelmail From address in vacation replies
  • passing alias addresses to vacation
  • managing multiple forwarding addresses
  • retaining mail locally, either through a filter (e.g. "|procmail") or direct routing to the inbox (e.g (\\user)
  • sending all incoming mail to the user's trash folder
  • simple configuration of all messages and paths to adapt the plugin to your unique environment
  • simple to enable or disable all features
  • a growing list of translations



Version 0.5.1
by O'Shaughnessy Evans on Sep 11, 2007
[ autorespond-0.5.1-1.4.tar.gz tarball (27673 d/l) Help ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 0.5 or above

Description:
- Improved conformance to squirrelmail plugin coding guidelines.
- Added automatic setting of From header in vacation file using the From address defined in the squirrelmail prefs. Thanks to Tomasz Witek for the patch.
- Added Japanese translation, but having trouble getting it working. Thanks to Yasuhiro Suzuki for the translation.
- Removed use of the compatibility plugin. I'm told that the use of sqgetGlobalVar means this plugin will only work with squirrelmail 1.4 and newer. If anybody wants the compatibility plugin integrated back in, please let me know.

Older versions

Version 0.5
by O'Shaughnessy Evans on Sep 7, 2007
[ autorespond-0.5-1.4.10.tar.gz tarball (3136 d/l) Help ]
Requires: FTP access to IMAP account home directories, ftp functions compiled into PHP, compatibility plugin

Description:
- Added internationalization and Italian translation. Thanks to Gabriele Vivinetto for the suggestion, translation, and head start.
- Added ability to pass alternate alias names to the vacation program at the request of a few people.
- Added ability to wipe out the vacation reply cache at the request of a few people.
- Added keep_by_default config option. Thanks for Daniel Watts for the suggestion.

Version 0.4
by O'Shaughnessy Evans on Jun 27, 2003
[ autorespond-0.4-1.2.10.tar.gz tarball (20899 d/l) Help ]
Requires: FTP access to IMAP account home directories, ftp functions compiled into PHP, compatibility plugin

Description:
- fixed a bug where a user couldn't leave on filtering if they weren't doing a forward or vacation response
- added more comments to config.php, converted the examples from a qmail setup to postfix/sendmail
- tried to avoid creating some unnecessary PHP log warnings

Version 0.3
by O'Shaughnessy Evans on Apr 11, 2003
[ autorespond-0.3-1.2.10.tar.gz tarball (3798 d/l) Help ]
Requires: FTP access to IMAP account home directories, ftp functions compiled into PHP

Description: Added support for register_globals = off.

Version 0.2
by O'Shaughnessy Evans on Apr 10, 2003
[ autorespond-0.2-1.2.10.tar.gz tarball (3435 d/l) Help ]
Requires: FTP access to IMAP account home directories, ftp functions compiled into PHP

Description: First public edition. I believe it's stable -- I've been using it for about 6 months in production at an ISP with around 10k users, and I haven't heard any bug reports yet.

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