Upgrade to Courier 4.0.1?
sbye at convergedservices.co.uk
Mon Jan 10 15:57:01 PST 2005
I actually found that new RC flag for the authdaemon about 2 minutes after my last post, and that fixed my problems. I must confess I didn't notice the change in the SSL ones though.
Is there anywhere these kind of things are documented/displayed?
From: owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org on behalf of Louis LeBlanc
Sent: Mon 1/10/2005 8:35 PM
To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: Upgrade to Courier 4.0.1?
On 01/10/05 01:44 PM, Scott Bye sat at the `puter and typed:
> I updated to this via ports, and the services appear to be running and listening for connections.
> However, if I connect to them, I get disconnected immediately, and
> nothing appears to be logged for any of the services.
> It's obviously affecting both POP3 and IMAP, leaving the mail services on my server useless.
> I tried reinstalling the port for courier-imap, but it complained that
> it couldn't find courierlogger. So I reinstalled courier-authlib from
> ports, and reinstalled courier-imap and it no longer complained.
> However, the services are still doing exactly the same!
> Any ideas what has happened?!
I just ran into the same kind of problems. I finally found that in
addition to the
enabler in /etc/rc.conf, the imapd-ssl enable tag has changed. Where
you used to need
in your /etc/rc.conf, you now need
I don't use pop or unencrypted imap, so you'd have to verify that those
haven't changed if you use them.
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