Re: Courier or Cyrus
Michael Loftis <email@example.com> wrote:
> --On Wednesday, March 30, 2005 14:04 -0500 "Michael F. Sprague"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >I am running a Cyrus server currently with several hundred users and it's
> >been working fine for the past year or so. After reading this thread I
> >started playing with courier to get a better feel between the two. I
> >find the folder separator in courier, the '.', sort of annoying; at least
> >from a personal point of view.
> >It seems to work okay in a basic IMAP client, the it also seems to cause
> >issues with a text reader like mutt. Because the dot is the folder
> >separator character, can one have a folder name that contains a dot? If
> >not, that seems a big issue for courier. I mean, wouldn't the average
> >customer have an issue with that?
> >I'm sorry if this is off-topic here, but I figured if this an issue for
> >courier, someone on the ISP list would have a good opinion on what the
> >average user says.
> When you setup use unixhierarchysep yes -- this causes it to use / instead
> of . when talking to clients.
One sec, isn't that option for Cyrus? I cannot find any reference to that
option when building courier or in its configuration.
Michael Sprague | email@example.com
System and Network Engineering (SaNE), Inc