The names of the following mail filter properties where changed:

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# Specify which sieve server should be used. Two options are allowed here:
# user : use the imap server setting stored for user in the database
# global : use the sieve server given in this config file for all users
SIEVE_LOGIN_TYPE=user

# Specify which sieve credentials should be use. Two options are allowed here:
# session : login name and password are used from the current session
# session-full-login : full login (incl. context part) name and password are used from the current session
# imapLogin : the login name is taken from the field imapLogin of the current
# user the password is taken from the current session
# mail : use the primary mail address of the user and the password from the
# session
SIEVE_CREDSRC=imapLogin

# to override the sieve server defaults specify a value for the sieve server here
SIEVE_SERVER=localhost

# Specify the SIEVE port
# -----------------------------------------------------------
# NOTE: 2000 is the deprecated port number for SIEVE (now assigned to some Cisco SCCP protocol by the IANA)
# 4190 is the new one used with most recent Linux and IMAP implementations.
# Please check your system's default port defined at /etc/services.
# -----------------------------------------------------------
SIEVE_PORT=4190

# If you want the script to be generated with another script name change it here.
# Note that the mail filter bundle will then leave the old script with the old
# script name behind, and doesn't delete it
SCRIPT_NAME=Open-Xchange

# Define the charset encoding to use for authentication to sieve server
SIEVE_AUTH_ENC=UTF-8

# Define the regex which recognizes servers with incorrect sieve TLS implementation
NON_RFC_COMPLIANT_TLS_REGEX=^Cyrus.*v([0-1]\.[0-9].*|2\.[0-2].*|2\.3\.[0-9]|2\.3\.[0-9][^0-9].*)$

# Whether to use TLS if available
TLS=true

# Specify here if vacation messages should only be sent to specific domains
# If multiple domains are given, they should be separated by ,
# e.g. VACATION_DOMAINS=testdomain.com,example.com
VACATION_DOMAINS=



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# Specify which sieve server should be used. Two options are allowed here:
# user : use the imap server setting stored for user in the database
# global : use the sieve server given in this config file for all users
com.openexchange.mail.filter.loginType=user

# Specify which sieve credentials should be use. Four options are allowed here:
# session : login name and password are used from the current session
# session-full-login : full login (incl. context part) name and password are used from the current session
# imapLogin : the login name is taken from the field imapLogin of the current
# user the password is taken from the current session
# mail : use the primary mail address of the user and the password from the
# session
com.openexchange.mail.filter.credentialSource=sess ion

# to override the sieve server defaults specify a value for the sieve server here
com.openexchange.mail.filter.server=localhost

# Specify the SIEVE port
# -----------------------------------------------------------
# NOTE: 2000 is the deprecated port number for SIEVE (now assigned to some Cisco SCCP protocol by the IANA)
# 4190 is the new one used with most recent Linux and IMAP implementations.
# Please check your system's default port defined at /etc/services.
# -----------------------------------------------------------
com.openexchange.mail.filter.port=4190

# If you want the script to be generated with another script name change it here.
# Note that the mail filter bundle will then leave the old script with the old
# script name behind, and doesn't delete it
com.openexchange.mail.filter.scriptName=Open-Xchange

# Define the charset encoding to use for authentication to sieve server
com.openexchange.mail.filter.authenticationEncodin g=UTF-8

# Define the regex which recognizes servers with incorrect sieve TLS implementation
com.openexchange.mail.filter.nonRFCCompliantTLSReg ex=^Cyrus.*v([0-1]\.[0-9].*|2\.[0-2].*|2\.3\.[0-9]|2\.3\.[0-9][^0-9].*)$

# Whether to use TLS if available
com.openexchange.mail.filter.tls=true

# Specify here if vacation messages should only be sent to specific domains
# If multiple domains are given, they should be separated by ,
# e.g. com.openexchange.mail.filter.vacationDomains=testd omain.com,example.com
com.openexchange.mail.filter.vacationDomains=