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Title : Sieve-An extension for providing instant notifications
Author(s) : T. Martin
Filename : draft-martin-sieve-notify-00.txt
Pages : 7
Date : 05-Jan-01
Users go to great lengths to be notified as quickly as possible that
they have received new mail. Most of these methods involve polling
to check for new messages periodically. A push method handled by the
final delivery agent would give users quicker notifications and save
server resources. This draft describes an extension to the Sieve
mail filtering language that allows users to give specific
preferences for notification of Sieve actions.
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