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IMAP problems with SuSE 9.0

courier-imap works really well.  I've been using it on our setup, it works great with every client I've tried.  It also supports SSL.  I've tested with mac mail, eudora, mozilla, netscape, outlook, and squirrelmail.  


On Mon, Feb 02, 2004 at 10:01:24PM -0500, David Kramer wrote:
> On Monday 02 February 2004 2:10 pm, Mark J. Dulcey wrote:
> > I remember that Dave Kramer talked about this a while ago, and some people
> > came in with suggestions... what turned out to be the answer to get IMAP
> > to work properly? (Basically, the problem is that the imapd distributed
> > with 9.0 only accepts SSL connections, and the squirrelmail that comes
> > with 9.0 doesn't support SSL, so the two don't play together. In addition,
> > I haven't been able to get the SSL to play with Mozilla at all.)
> This is the most sore point with SuSE 9.0 for me.  uw-imap has the above 
> limitation.  Squirrelmail won't work with it.  My wife's Outlook won't work 
> with it.  Evolution won't work with it.  The only clients I can get working 
> with it are KMail, pine, and Netscape Mail under Windows for my wife (which 
> she hates).  
> I was never able to get courier or cyrus working with it either.  There were 
> some other biggies, but the fact that I could not get an IMAP server working 
> (and few would classify me as a newbie) frustrates my wife and myself to this 
> day.
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