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/***********************************************
* File      :   maildir.php
* Project   :   Z-Push
* Descr     :   This backend is based on
*               'BackendDiff' which handles the
*               intricacies of generating
*               differentials from static
*               snapshots. This means that the
*               implementation here needs no
*               state information, and can simply
*               return the current state of the
*               messages. The diffbackend will
*               then compare the current state
*               to the known last state of the PDA
*               and generate change increments
*               from that.
*
* Created   :   01.10.2007
*
* Copyright 2007 - 2010 Zarafa Deutschland GmbH
*
* This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License, version 3,
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*
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*
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*
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************************************************/

include_once('diffbackend.php');

// The is an improved version of mimeDecode from PEAR that correctly
// handles charsets and charset conversion
include_once('mimeDecode.php');


00063 class BackendMaildir extends BackendDiff {
    /* Called to logon a user. These are the three authentication strings that you must
     * specify in ActiveSync on the PDA. Normally you would do some kind of password
     * check here. Alternatively, you could ignore the password here and have Apache
     * do authentication via mod_auth_*
     */
    function Logon($username, $domain, $password) {
        return true;
    }

    /* Called directly after the logon. This specifies the client's protocol version
     * and device id. The device ID can be used for various things, including saving
     * per-device state information.
     * The $user parameter here is normally equal to the $username parameter from the
     * Logon() call. In theory though, you could log on a 'foo', and then sync the emails
     * of user 'bar'. The $user here is the username specified in the request URL, while the
     * $username in the Logon() call is the username which was sent as a part of the HTTP
     * authentication.
     */
    function Setup($user, $devid, $protocolversion) {
        $this->_user = $user;
        $this->_devid = $devid;
        $this->_protocolversion = $protocolversion;

        return true;
    }

    /* Sends a message which is passed as rfc822. You basically can do two things
     * 1) Send the message to an SMTP server as-is
     * 2) Parse the message yourself, and send it some other way
     * It is up to you whether you want to put the message in the sent items folder. If you
     * want it in 'sent items', then the next sync on the 'sent items' folder should return
     * the new message as any other new message in a folder.
     */
    function SendMail($rfc822, $forward = false, $reply = false, $parent = false) {
        // Unimplemented
        return true;
    }

    /* Should return a wastebasket folder if there is one. This is used when deleting
     * items; if this function returns a valid folder ID, then all deletes are handled
     * as moves and are sent to your backend as a move. If it returns FALSE, then deletes
     * are always handled as real deletes and will be sent to your importer as a DELETE
     */
    function GetWasteBasket() {
        return false;
    }

    /* Should return a list (array) of messages, each entry being an associative array
     * with the same entries as StatMessage(). This function should return stable information; ie
     * if nothing has changed, the items in the array must be exactly the same. The order of
     * the items within the array is not important though.
     *
     * The cutoffdate is a date in the past, representing the date since which items should be shown.
     * This cutoffdate is determined by the user's setting of getting 'Last 3 days' of e-mail, etc. If
     * you ignore the cutoffdate, the user will not be able to select their own cutoffdate, but all
     * will work OK apart from that.
     */
    function GetMessageList($folderid, $cutoffdate) {
        $this->moveNewToCur();

        if($folderid != "root")
            return false;

        // return stats of all messages in a dir. We can do this faster than
        // just calling statMessage() on each message; We still need fstat()
        // information though, so listing 10000 messages is going to be
        // rather slow (depending on filesystem, etc)

        // we also have to filter by the specified cutoffdate so only the
        // last X days are retrieved. Normally, this would mean that we'd
        // have to open each message, get the Received: header, and check
        // whether that is in the filter range. Because this is much too slow, we
        // are depending on the creation date of the message instead, which should
        // normally be just about the same, unless you just did some kind of import.

        $messages = array();
        $dirname = $this->getPath();

        $dir = opendir($dirname);

        if(!$dir)
            return false;

        while($entry = readdir($dir)) {
            if($entry{0} == ".")
                continue;

            $message = array();

            $stat = stat("$dirname/$entry");

            if($stat["mtime"] < $cutoffdate) {
                // message is out of range for curoffdate, ignore it
                continue;
            }

            $message["mod"] = $stat["mtime"];

            $matches = array();

            // Flags according to http://cr.yp.to/proto/maildir.html (pretty authoritative - qmail author's website)
            if(!preg_match("/([^:]+):2,([PRSTDF]*)/",$entry,$matches))
                continue;
            $message["id"] = $matches[1];
            $message["flags"] = 0;

            if(strpos($matches[2],"S") !== false) {
                $message["flags"] |= 1; // 'seen' aka 'read' is the only flag we want to know about
            }

            array_push($messages, $message);
        }

        return $messages;
    }

    /* This function is analogous to GetMessageList. In simple implementations like this one,
     * you probably just return one folder.
     */
    function GetFolderList() {
        $folders = array();

        $inbox = array();
        $inbox["id"] = "root";
        $inbox["parent"] = "0";
        $inbox["mod"] = "Inbox";

        $folders[]=$inbox;

        $sub = array();
        $sub["id"] = "sub";
        $sub["parent"] = "root";
        $sub["mod"] = "Sub";

//        $folders[]=$sub;

        return $folders;
    }

    /* GetFolder should return an actual SyncFolder object with all the properties set. Folders
     * are pretty simple really, having only a type, a name, a parent and a server ID.
     */
    function GetFolder($id) {
        if($id == "root") {
            $inbox = new SyncFolder();

            $inbox->serverid = $id;
            $inbox->parentid = "0"; // Root
            $inbox->displayname = "Inbox";
            $inbox->type = SYNC_FOLDER_TYPE_INBOX;

            return $inbox;
        } else if($id == "sub") {
            $inbox = new SyncFolder();
            $inbox->serverid = $id;
            $inbox->parentid = "root";
            $inbox->displayname = "Sub";
            $inbox->type = SYNC_FOLDER_TYPE_OTHER;

            return $inbox;
        } else {
            return false;
        }
    }

    /* Return folder stats. This means you must return an associative array with the
     * following properties:
     * "id" => The server ID that will be used to identify the folder. It must be unique, and not too long
     *         How long exactly is not known, but try keeping it under 20 chars or so. It must be a string.
     * "parent" => The server ID of the parent of the folder. Same restrictions as 'id' apply.
     * "mod" => This is the modification signature. It is any arbitrary string which is constant as long as
     *          the folder has not changed. In practice this means that 'mod' can be equal to the folder name
     *          as this is the only thing that ever changes in folders. (the type is normally constant)
     */
    function StatFolder($id) {
        $folder = $this->GetFolder($id);

        $stat = array();
        $stat["id"] = $id;
        $stat["parent"] = $folder->parentid;
        $stat["mod"] = $folder->displayname;

        return $stat;
    }

    /* Should return attachment data for the specified attachment. The passed attachment identifier is
     * the exact string that is returned in the 'AttName' property of an SyncAttachment. So, you should
     * encode any information you need to find the attachment in that 'attname' property.
     */
    function GetAttachmentData($attname) {
        list($id, $part) = explode(":", $attname);

        $fn = $this->findMessage($id);

        // Parse e-mail
        $rfc822 = file_get_contents($this->getPath() . "/$fn");

        $message = Mail_mimeDecode::decode(array('decode_headers' => true, 'decode_bodies' => true, 'include_bodies' => true, 'input' => $rfc822, 'crlf' => "\n", 'charset' => 'utf-8'));
        print $message->parts[$part]->body;
        return true;
    }

    /* StatMessage should return message stats, analogous to the folder stats (StatFolder). Entries are:
     * 'id'     => Server unique identifier for the message. Again, try to keep this short (under 20 chars)
     * 'flags'     => simply '0' for unread, '1' for read
     * 'mod'    => modification signature. As soon as this signature changes, the item is assumed to be completely
     *             changed, and will be sent to the PDA as a whole. Normally you can use something like the modification
     *             time for this field, which will change as soon as the contents have changed.
     */

    function StatMessage($folderid, $id) {
        $dirname = $this->getPath();
        $fn = $this->findMessage($id);
        if(!$fn)
            return false;

        $stat = stat("$dirname/$fn");

        $entry = array();
        $entry["id"] = $id;
        $entry["flags"] = 0;

        if(strpos($fn,"S"))
            $entry["flags"] |= 1;
        $entry["mod"] = $stat["mtime"];

        return $entry;
    }

    /* GetMessage should return the actual SyncXXX object type. You may or may not use the '$folderid' parent folder
     * identifier here.
     * Note that mixing item types is illegal and will be blocked by the engine; ie returning an Email object in a
     * Tasks folder will not do anything. The SyncXXX objects should be filled with as much information as possible,
     * but at least the subject, body, to, from, etc.
     *
     * Truncsize is the size of the body that must be returned. If the message is under this size, bodytruncated should
     * be 0 and body should contain the entire body. If the body is over $truncsize in bytes, then bodytruncated should
     * be 1 and the body should be truncated to $truncsize bytes.
     *
     * Bodysize should always be the original body size.
     */
    function GetMessage($folderid, $id, $truncsize, $mimesupport = 0) {
        if($folderid != 'root')
            return false;

        $fn = $this->findMessage($id);

        // Get flags, etc
        $stat = $this->StatMessage($folderid, $id);

        // Parse e-mail
        $rfc822 = file_get_contents($this->getPath() . "/" . $fn);

        $message = Mail_mimeDecode::decode(array('decode_headers' => true, 'decode_bodies' => true, 'include_bodies' => true, 'input' => $rfc822, 'crlf' => "\n", 'charset' => 'utf-8'));

        $output = new SyncMail();

        $output->body = str_replace("\n", "\r\n", $this->getBody($message));
        $output->bodysize = strlen($output->body);
        $output->bodytruncated = 0; // We don't implement truncation in this backend
        $output->datereceived = $this->parseReceivedDate($message->headers["received"][0]);
        $output->displayto = $message->headers["to"];
        $output->importance = $message->headers["x-priority"];
        $output->messageclass = "IPM.Note";
        $output->subject = $message->headers["subject"];
        $output->read = $stat["flags"];
        $output->to = $message->headers["to"];
        $output->cc = $message->headers["cc"];
        $output->from = $message->headers["from"];
        $output->reply_to = isset($message->headers["reply-to"]) ? $message->headers["reply-to"] : null;

        // Attachments are only searched in the top-level part
        $n = 0;
        if(isset($message->parts)) {
            foreach($message->parts as $part) {
                if($part->ctype_primary == "application") {
                    $attachment = new SyncAttachment();
                    $attachment->attsize = strlen($part->body);

                    if(isset($part->d_parameters['filename']))
                        $attname = $part->d_parameters['filename'];
                    else if(isset($part->ctype_parameters['name']))
                        $attname = $part->ctype_parameters['name'];
                    else if(isset($part->headers['content-description']))
                        $attname = $part->headers['content-description'];
                    else $attname = "unknown attachment";

                    $attachment->displayname = $attname;
                    $attachment->attname = $id . ":" . $n;
                    $attachment->attmethod = 1;
                    $attachment->attoid = isset($part->headers['content-id']) ? $part->headers['content-id'] : "";

                    array_push($output->attachments, $attachment);
                }
                $n++;
            }
        }

        return $output;
    }

    /* This function is called when the user has requested to delete (really delete) a message. Usually
     * this means just unlinking the file its in or somesuch. After this call has succeeded, a call to
     * GetMessageList() should no longer list the message. If it does, the message will be re-sent to the PDA
     * as it will be seen as a 'new' item. This means that if you don't implement this function, you will
     * be able to delete messages on the PDA, but as soon as you sync, you'll get the item back
     */
    function DeleteMessage($folderid, $id) {
        if($folderid != 'root')
            return false;

        $fn = $this->findMessage($id);

        if(!$fn)
            return true; // success because message has been deleted already


        if(!unlink($this->getPath() . "/$fn")) {
            return true; // success - message may have been deleted in the mean time (since findMessage)
        }

        return true;
    }

    /* This should change the 'read' flag of a message on disk. The $flags
     * parameter can only be '1' (read) or '0' (unread). After a call to
     * SetReadFlag(), GetMessageList() should return the message with the
     * new 'flags' but should not modify the 'mod' parameter. If you do
     * change 'mod', simply setting the message to 'read' on the PDA will trigger
     * a full resync of the item from the server
     */
    function SetReadFlag($folderid, $id, $flags) {
        if($folderid != 'root')
            return false;

        $fn = $this->findMessage($id);

        if(!$fn)
            return true; // message may have been deleted

        if(!preg_match("/([^:]+):2,([PRSTDF]*)/",$fn,$matches))
            return false;

        // remove 'seen' (S) flag
        if(!$flags) {
            $newflags = str_replace("S","",$matches[2]);
        } else {
            // make sure we don't double add the 'S' flag
            $newflags = str_replace("S","",$matches[2]) . "S";
        }

        $newfn = $matches[1] . ":2," . $newflags;
        // rename if required
        if($fn != $newfn)
            rename($this->getPath() ."/$fn", $this->getPath() . "/$newfn");

        return true;
    }

    /* This function is called when a message has been changed on the PDA. You should parse the new
     * message here and save the changes to disk. The return value must be whatever would be returned
     * from StatMessage() after the message has been saved. This means that both the 'flags' and the 'mod'
     * properties of the StatMessage() item may change via ChangeMessage().
     * Note that this function will never be called on E-mail items as you can't change e-mail items, you
     * can only set them as 'read'.
     */
    function ChangeMessage($folderid, $id, $message) {
        return false;
    }

    /* This function is called when the user moves an item on the PDA. You should do whatever is needed
     * to move the message on disk. After this call, StatMessage() and GetMessageList() should show the items
     * to have a new parent. This means that it will disappear from GetMessageList() will not return the item
     * at all on the source folder, and the destination folder will show the new message
     */
    function MoveMessage($folderid, $id, $newfolderid) {
        return false;
    }

    // ----------------------------------------
    // maildir-specific internals

    function findMessage($id) {
        // We could use 'this->_folderid' for path info but we currently
        // only support a single INBOX. We also have to use a glob '*'
        // because we don't know the flags of the message we're looking for.

        $dirname = $this->getPath();
        $dir = opendir($dirname);

        while($entry = readdir($dir)) {
            if(strpos($entry,$id) === 0)
                return $entry;
        }
        return false; // not found
    }

    /* Parse the message and return only the plaintext body
     */
    function getBody($message) {
        $body = "";
        $htmlbody = "";

        $this->getBodyRecursive($message, "plain", $body);

        if(!isset($body) || $body === "") {
            $this->getBodyRecursive($message, "html", $body);
            // HTML conversion goes here
        }

        return $body;
    }

    // Get all parts in the message with specified type and concatenate them together, unless the
    // Content-Disposition is 'attachment', in which case the text is apparently an attachment
    function getBodyRecursive($message, $subtype, &$body) {
        if(strcasecmp($message->ctype_primary,"text")==0 && strcasecmp($message->ctype_secondary,$subtype)==0 && isset($message->body))
            $body .= $message->body;

        if(strcasecmp($message->ctype_primary,"multipart")==0) {
            foreach($message->parts as $part) {
                if(!isset($part->disposition) || strcasecmp($part->disposition,"attachment"))  {
                    $this->getBodyRecursive($part, $subtype, $body);
                }
            }
        }
    }

    function parseReceivedDate($received) {
        $pos = strpos($received, ";");
        if(!$pos)
            return false;

        $datestr = substr($received, $pos+1);
        $datestr = ltrim($datestr);

        return strtotime($datestr);
    }

    /* moves everything in Maildir/new/* to Maildir/cur/
     */
    function moveNewToCur() {
        $newdirname = MAILDIR_BASE . "/" . $this->_user . "/" . MAILDIR_SUBDIR . "/new";

        $newdir = opendir($newdirname);

        while($newentry = readdir($newdir)) {
            if($newentry{0} == ".")
                continue;

            // link/unlink == move. This is the way to move the message according to cr.yp.to
            link($newdirname . "/" . $newentry, $this->getPath() . "/" . $newentry . ":2,");
            unlink($newdirname . "/" . $newentry);
        }
    }

    /* The path we're working on
     */
    function getPath() {
        return MAILDIR_BASE . "/" . $this->_user . "/" . MAILDIR_SUBDIR . "/cur";
    }
};


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