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Re: IMAP4/POP3 server that supports mbox?

Le 18/11/2012 03:54, David Guntner a écrit :
> Sven Hartge grabbed a keyboard and wrote:
>> David Guntner <davidg@akamail.net> wrote:
>>> Yes, I'm one of those fogies who still prefers the main mailbox
>>> for users to be in /var/spool/mail (which is apparently a link
>>> to /var/mail in Debian :-) ).
>>> I need an IMAP4/POP3 server which supports SSL, and while the
>>> IMAP server can access the userspace of the logged-in user to
>>> get to files in
>>> their home directories (such as $HOME/Mail for mail folder
>>> storage), I still use /var/spool/mail as the delivery point for
>>> the user's inbox.
>> The answer is: Dovecot
>> Documentation for version 1 included in Debian Squeeze is at 
>> http://wiki.dovecot.org/
> Thanks!  Missed that one while I was doing aptitude searches. :-)
> From the description, it sounds like it does what I want, and I
> don't see it declaring a conflict with Postfix or Procmail, so I'll
> give that a shot.

it actually works well with postfix (dovecot provides a simple
authentication solution for postfix).

dovecot also has Sieve support. with that, you shouldn't need procmail

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