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IMAP problems with SuSE 9.0

If squirrelmail doesnt support SSL, what you can do is stunnel port 143 -> 993 on your imap host.


On Mon, Feb 02, 2004 at 10:16:35PM -0500, Robert L Krawitz wrote:
>    From: David Kramer <david at>
>    Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 22:01:24 -0500
>    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 suspect that the Cyrus imapd supplied with 8.1 has the same problem;
> I had the same issues, and had to back off to 7.3.  Anyone have any
> other ideas about how to deal with this?
>    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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