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From: Dave Andruczyk <djandruczyk@ya...> - 2001-07-22 18:26:57
After tearing my hair out trying to find out why squirrelmail/wu-imapd was
giving me my entire homedir as the folder list it turned out to be one small
".mailboxlist" in my home dir, that had the matching listing. Deleting this
file made it work just fine.. I still don't know what created that file, but
removing it made the problems go away..
As a side note, I couldn't get courier-imap to run worth a damn on my system.
(it would completely hang squirrelmail unless the folders were converted) and
since I needed to run both the old system and squirrelmail simultaneously, the
old one wouldn't work with courier, so I ended up dropping courier and going
back to the slow wu-version. Has anyone else gotten it installed fairly
Dave J. Andruczyk
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From: Jason Bradley Nance <jbnance@tr...> - 2001-07-22 19:59:24
Dave Andruczyk wrote:
> As a side note, I couldn't get courier-imap to run worth a damn on my system.
> (it would completely hang squirrelmail unless the folders were converted) and
> since I needed to run both the old system and squirrelmail simultaneously, the
> old one wouldn't work with courier, so I ended up dropping courier and going
> back to the slow wu-version. Has anyone else gotten it installed fairly
Courier cannot coexist with other MDAs (not MTAs) because Sendmail has
to know who to pass messages on to for the local delivery. So if you
don't convert your mailboxes over, you won't see any messages. The
whole "SM hanging" issue with your Courier probably had to do with a
lack of inbox for your users. So the imap server was probably flipping out.
Jason Bradley Nance
When we walk to the edge of all the light we have
and take a step into the darkness of the unknown
we must believe that one of two things will happen:
There will be something solid for us to stand on
or we will be taught to fly.
-Patrick Overton, "Faith"