jSieve is a Java implementation of the Sieve mail filtering language defined by RFC 3028. jSieve is implemented as a langauge processor that can be plugged into any internet mail application to add Sieve support.
jSieve is a sub-project of Apache James. Please direct your comments and questions to the relevant James list.
To report issues, such as bugs, go to http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JSIEVE As jSieve comes with a fairly extensive suite of jUnit Tests, it would be most helpful for bug reports to be accompanied by an illustrative jUnit test case.
For legal and licensing issues, please look in the legal section of the documentation or read the LICENSE and NOTICE files.
This release is the first to include mailet and utility modules, in addition to the core parsing library. The configuration API has changed significantly to replace magic singletons with POJOs suitable for IoC. The default configuration mechanism has been retained so though calls have changed, existing configurations should still be compatible.
Utilities include node serializers to xml and sieve script. The mailet module provides Sieve in the James 3 codebase.