Subject: Re: latest imap-uw
To: Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>
From: Dave Burgess <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 05/24/2002 18:58:51
Quoting Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>:
> On Fri, 24 May 2002, Dave Burgess wrote:
> > I've been installing this program (imap-uw) all day. I haven't seen that
> > My problem is that my IMP and Squirrelmail systems can't seem to connect
> > it. I'm guessing there might be an MD5 (or other low level) library
> > I hope I can find it soon. I've been at this now for about 20 hours.
> What's the error?
That's the problem. The only error indicator I was getting was that the
password was being rejected from IMP. I even expanded the server type choices
to include pOP3, and that didn't want to work either.
> Can you connect to it locally, with the "mtest"
> client, or with "pine"?
Yup; kind of. Locally, I'd get into the beginning of the connection, and since
I don't speak imap://... I end up waiting for the connection to time out.
From mtest, I get nothing but 'no such mailbox' errors. That's what made me
leery of the imap program - I know the mailboxes are there, and the syntax for
mtest looked pretty unambiguous.
I didn't try pine.
The good news is that I figured out part of the problem from squirrelmail, so
that's back up and running. That takes a lot of pressure off (3000+ customers
and it seems like they all wanted to do webmail for the first time today....)
so I'll be able to look at it after I get some sleep.
Either way, it looks more like it might be an IMP error rather than an IMAP
error. So, to answer the original mail "IMAP-UW seems to be working great from
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