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[bug-mailutils] Re: IMAP protocol violation in 1.1

From: Simon Josefsson
Subject: [bug-mailutils] Re: IMAP protocol violation in 1.1
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2008 01:04:24 +0200
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Sergey Poznyakoff <address@hidden> writes:

> Simon Josefsson <address@hidden> ha escrit:
>> Excellent, I'll try to get it to work.  I note that imap4d doesn't
>> mention --cram-passwd in the --help output?
> Oh, this version differs very considerably from the 1.x series.  Among
> other differences, it uses a another configuration file format.  I
> haven't got enough time to update the docs, unfortunately, but you will
> find a short description of configuration file format (and other new
> features) here:
>  http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-mailutils/2008-03/msg00000.html
> Running `imap4d --config-help' will give you a detailed description of
> the configuration statements for imap4d (of course, the same option
> works for another MU programs as well).

Ah, thanks for the pointer.

How would a normal maildir setup look like?  I use exim4 in debian, and
it delivers mail into ~/Maildir/ for people.  I don't want the entire
home directory exported, just the sub-folders under ~/Maildir/.  I tried
the various mailbox-pattern stuff like:

mailbox {
  mailbox-pattern "maildir:/usr/local/var/mail;type=index;param=2;"

But all the constructs seems to assume that the username comes last in
path, but for me it comes in the middle - like /home/jas/Maildir/.

How much of the old documentation applies to mailbox configuration?

>> I wanted to put the TLS/SASL related parameters in there.
> To illustrate, here's a relevant fragment from my configuration:
> gsasl {
>   cram-passwd "/var/db/cram.pass";
> };
> tls {
>     tls yes;
>     ssl-cert "/var/cert/mu.cert";
>     ssl-key "/var/cert/mu.key";
> };

Works fine now.


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