[CentOS] Dovecot GUI

Timothy Murphy gayleard at eircom.net
Mon Mar 5 20:07:28 EST 2012


Peter Peltonen wrote:

> I have a bit exotic Dovecot setup myself, but this is what I've done:
> 
> 1. I have not touched the files in conf.d
> 
> 2. In dovecot.conf I just have:
> 
> !include_try local.conf
> 
> 3. And in local.conf I have defined:
> 
> - auth_cache_size
> - auth_verbose
> - disable_plaintext_auth
> - auth_mechanisms
> - auth_username_format
> - first_valid_uid
> - log_path
> - login_greeting
> - namespace
> - passdb
> - plugin/quota
> - plugin/quota
> - protocols
> - protocol imap
> - service imap-login
> - ssl_cert
> - ssl_key
> - userdb

Thanks very much for your response.
I wonder if you would mind sending me your local.conf ,
as I am not clear how you define some (in fact most) of these variables?

> If you cannot get it working I would recommend joining the Dovecot
> mailing list where you certainly will find answers to all your
> questions as the developers of the software are there.

Yes, I am sure that is the best route.

I asked first on the CentOS mailing list 
because I could create top-level folders under CentOS-5,
But have been unable to under CentOS-6.
(Actually, it could have been a more recent change to kdepim,
as I didn't try to create a new top-level folder until recently.)



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