POP and IMAP servers are already installed, but I'd remove the IMAP
server. There was a security alert about one of the IMAP servers a few
weeks back and you might be affected.. (edit /etc/inetd.conf and restart
inetd or reboot your machine if you don't know how.. cop out I know but
Yeah, read the docs and you should be ok!
Conor Daly wrote:
>> Downloaded it a week or two ago. Wasn't thinking along those lines at the
> time so I didn't delve. Can it really do all those things I want? Or do I
> need to set up an IMAP or POP server also?
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