About RSS Feeds¶
Use the RSS module to allow read-only access to some mailboxes over RSS.
An authenticated user can see the list of available mailboxes at the /rss/ URL on the Cyrus server. The mailbox list for RSS is limited to only the mailboxes the RSS module has been configured to expose and the mailboxes the authenticated user has permission to see, according to the normal mailbox ACLs.
List of mailboxes: rss_feeds¶
The list of available RSS feeds can be obtained by clients by accessing the
/rss/ URL on the Cyrus server.
The rss_feeds option uses the wildmat format to specify which mailboxes/folders will be made available via RSS. This list is further limited to only those mailboxes and folders that the authenticated user has permissions to see.
The rss_feeds option uses the
internal namespace, which uses ”.” as a hierarchy
separator, regardless of what
unixhierarchysep is set to.
user.bob- will serve only user “Bob“‘s inbox.
rss.*- will serve all folders under the shared mailbox called “rss”.
rss*- will serve all content under mailboxes that start with “rss”: rss-cool and rss-important will be included, for example.
*,!user- will serve all shared mailboxes, but no personal mailboxes.
*- will serve all shared and personal mailboxes.
Display of mailbox list: rss_feedlist_template¶
By default, the server will present the list as a
simple unordered list in an HTML document. To customize the look and feel of the
feed list, the
rss_feedlist_template option can be used to point to a HTML
All content that the template uses must reside under the
httpdocroot. Consult imapd.conf(5) for specifics on the
required contents of this custom file.
Note that for sites running Cyrus Murder,
rss_feedlist_template only needs
to be set on frontend servers, since only those servers have the complete