julien.gabel at thilelli.net
Tue May 20 04:17:01 PDT 2003
> i've used uw-imap (university of washington) in the past because it is
> so easy to configure and use. just install and set inetd to run it and
> it uses your regular unix user account credentials... haven't used it
> on freebsd though so i can't give you more specifics there...
Not too hard, especially "helped" by the ports collection.
>> I found and installed it from 4.7 under /usr/port/mail/squirrelmail
>> I don't know about easy, so far the pretty logon page comes up so I
>> guess it's not so hard. My problem is with getting an IMAP server running
>> properly. If you have any hints to help me setup up squirrel mail if
> you get it up and going send them to me.
Ok, these are the steps i followed :
* Installation of the "imap-uw" port
# portinstall -R -m '-DWITH_SSL_AND_PLAINTEXT' imap-uw
# pkgdb -F
# grep -i imap /etc/inetd.conf
imap4 stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/libexec/imapd imapd
imaps stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/libexec/imapd imapd
# grep -i inetd /etc/rc.conf
inetd_flags="-wW -l -R 1024"
* Installation of the "apache+mod_ssl-1.3.27+2.8.14" port
# portinstall -R apache+mod_ssl-1.3.27+2.8.14
# pkgdb -F
/* Modify the configuration file:
# cat /usr/local/etc/apache/httpd.conf
ServerAdmin webmaster at domain.tld
CustomLog /var/log/webmail.domain.tld-access_log common
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
Hope this help,
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