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Re: Using IMAPS instead of IMAP in courier



On Sat, 05 Jul 2003, gerard wrote:
> On Sat, 2003-07-05 at 15:03, Jesse Meyer wrote:
> > In an effort to run a more secure network by default, I decided to 
> > switch from courier-imap to courier-imap-ssl.
> > 
> > Now I have imaps running port 993, however, imap2 still wants to run 
> > on 143.  I cannot simply remove the courier-imap package, since 
> > courier-imap-ssl lists it a dependency.
> you should check your /etc/services file. make sure its mapped in there.

You've confused me.  Isn't /etc/services just a list of common names for 
port numbers to use?  [man services]

Or maybe I'm not being clear enough.

What I'm trying to do is disable non-ssl imap (on port 143) so all
clients have to use ssl imap (on port 993).

~ Jesse Meyer

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