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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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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Here's what worked for me : 1.create the index file in /etc/courier/shared.tmp/index 2.call 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 ...


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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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