Paul Jakma said:
> noticed there's a GPL IMAP server on freshmeat that i hadn't seen
> before, dkimap. Seems to support lots of options, PAM, etc.. and best
> of all doesn't have the complications of cyrus-imap wrt to setup.
>> anyone used it? any experience?
I can't say I have; instead I'd like to step in and see if I can get any
help on a related issue ;)
Has anyone got any good docs on *setting up and using* IMAP with dkimap,
cyrus or others?
So far most of my vague forays into IMAP have resulted in my entire home
dir being copied into the mail storage hierarchy of whatever MUA I've
tried, and any doco I've found seems either of the "just call your local
IS department to find out how they've set it up" or "here's how it's done
in Netscape/Outlook" -- neither of which I want to use (I'm hoping
Evolution / KMail / MH.
It does seem that this stuff can be affected by the server in some way, so
maybe dkimap will do the job better than the UWashington daemon I've been
Also -- anyone using it with other Linux MUAs apart from Netscape?
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