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Raptor, There are really two main ways of setting up mail boxes. The first is the default when the mailbox is associated with a unix/linux id. The second method is to create a service id in linux and use it to serve all email. The second one is the one you want and the setup is a little more complicated than the first. It appears that you have implemented ...


You are probably using a version of fetchmail that does not support TLSv1.1 or higher yet. The following line in your Dovecot config disallows TLSv1 server-side: ssl_protocols = !SSLv2 !SSLv3 !TLSv1 Client-side, you need at least Fetchmail 6.4 (currently not released yet): Fetchmail can now use SSLv3, or TLSv1.1 or a newer TLS version, with ...


Add more discs. You decided to go with a quite unusual setup (IMAP instead of exchange, all running on a terminal server) - now you have to pay the price, which obviously includes having more disc space.


Here's what worked for me : 1.create the index file in /etc/courier/shared.tmp/index sharedindexinstall without any arguments this will generate /etc/courier/shared/index out of /etc/courier/shared.tmp/index you created earlier. 3.give the necessary rights and permissions on the desired folder (or inbox) to the desired user (or users) 4.If you ...


No. It can have at least three variants (see page 14): (1) connection without pre-authentication (OK greeting) (2) pre-authenticated connection (PREAUTH greeting) (3) rejected connection (BYE greeting)

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