Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
>> I've just met quite a big problem. We are running a courier-imap-ssl
> server with roughly 30 mozilla clients. From today, i got this in the
>> Mar 24 16:52:44 server imapd-ssl: 40 maximum active connections.
>> Then from there, nobody can connect anymore. It seems to have happened
> since we have more people using mozilla (which i understand well as each
> mozilla in theory handles 5 concurrent connections).
>> I did increase the daemon number in the courier setup but still no joy.
>> Anyone came accross this problem ?
That reminds me of this one:
IIRC courier allows max 4 connections from any one IP,
and max of 40 in total. These are easily configured.
Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org
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