Timo Sirainen <tss@iki.fi> Tue, 26 July 2011 11:40 UTC

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I finally actually implemented this myself and noticed two things that
should have been mentioned in the RFC:

1. SEARCH/SORT can be asked to return RELEVANCY scores without the ALL
option, which makes it somewhat pointless since there is no message ->
score mapping. I guess there could still be some use cases for it, so
not really a problem.

2. RFC 4731 says that MIN/MAX/ALL MUST NOT be returned when there are no
search results. I guess RELEVANCY should have had the same text. I
wonder if it's now better to return it with empty list or just not
return it at all..