This class implements a ManageSieve server.
The ManageSieve protocol is defined in draft-martin-managesieve-06.txt.
Creates a ManageSieve server for the fd s, and sends the initial banner.
Creates a new ManageSieveCommand based on the arguments received from the client.
Enqueues a suitably-formatted list of our capabilities.
Sends s as a negative NO response.
Sends s as a positive OK response.
Parses ManageSieve client commands.
The ManageSieve server maintains a list of commands received from the client and processes them one at a time in the order they were received. This function executes the first command in the list, or if the first command has completed, removes it and executes the next one.
It should be called when a new command has been created (i.e., by ManageSieve::parse()) or when a running command finishes.
Because the managesieve specification forbids executing any commands sent after logout, runCommands() must take special care to avoid that.
Sends the literal response s without adding a tag.
Enqueues the SASL challenge s on this connection.
This version of the function avoids sending challenges as quoted strings, to please the KDE. The KDE behaviour is a clear bug, but unlikely to be fixed in KDE 3.x, maybe it won't be fixed at all.
Reserves the input stream for processing by cmd, which may be 0 to indicate that the input should be processed as usual. Used by AUTH to parse non-command input.
Reserves the input stream to inhibit parsing if r is true. If r is false, then the server processes input as usual. Used by STLS to inhibit parsing.
Sets this server's state to s, which may be either Unauthorised or Authorised (as defined in ManageSieve::State).
Returns the server's current state.
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