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Plugins - E-mail Priority
Category: Obsolete

(Integrated into SM 1.2 Core)
This plugin allows the user to set the priority on the mail he/she are composing. From High (1) to Low (5). The priority is shown by adding a X-Priority header to the outgoing message. AFAIK there are no RFC specifying the one-true priority header but most e-mail clients seams to respect the X-Priority header.


Version 0.2.0
by Pontus Ullgren on Oct 25, 2001
[ This version is not available. You might be able to get it by asking on the "squirrelmail-plugins" mailing list or by contacting the author. ]
Requires: SquirrelMail >= 1.2.0, or SquirrelMail < 1.2.0 + smtp_send-hook.diff applyed.

Description:
  • Moved the select box to be placed on the same row as the other buttons.
  • Added a string Priority indicator in read_body_header

Older versions

Version 0.1.1
by Pontus Ullgren on Jun 12, 2001
[ This version is not available. You might be able to get it by asking on the "squirrelmail-plugins" mailing list or by contacting the author. ]
Requires: SquirrelMail 1.1.x and the smtp_send-hook patch (included)

Description: First public reales. Makes use of the X-priority, Importance and X-MSMail-Priority headers.

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