> UW-IMAP. Big, bloated, the original. Dead easy to configure. Can be
> hacked to support Maildir.
> Courier-IMAP not very much used, but very good. Uses it's own "Maildir+"
> format to store messages. I like it a lot.
> Cyrus IMAP - as developed by Carnegie Mellon University for serverly
> large userbases. Works quite well.
Which one are you running? I'm half-thinking about switching
from UW to Cyrus, but I'm not sure how well it works on a
BTW, don't use the imap-4.5 package shipped with RH6.x. Find
(or compile) 4.7. It's _much_ faster.
> I use "mutt" to talk to our IMAP server, and it can be used with
> Exchange. etc too. Warning - though Microsoft would have you believe that
> Outlook in it's various incarnation is an IMAP client - it's not.
> Connecting to an IMAP server that's not a Microsoft one can corrupt
> locally stored mail, and the odd time hang Outlook for no reason.
I haven't seen any mailbox corruption, but plenty of hangs when
Outlook starts up.
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