Server daemons for IMAP and POP network mail protocols.
The imap package provides server daemons for both the IMAP (Internet
Message Access Protocol) and POP (Post Office Protocol) mail access
protocols. The POP protocol uses a "post office" machine to collect
mail for users and allows users to download their mail to their local
machine for reading. The IMAP protocol allows a user to read mail on a
remote machine without downloading it to their local machine.
Install the imap package if you need a server to support the IMAP or
the POP mail access protocols.
IMAP Toolkit Environment
24 October 2000
UNIX QUICK BUILD NOTES
1) Look in imap-2000/Makefile and find your system type code, e.g. slx for
glibc Linux and/or Linux with shadow password security.
2) Type "make" followed by the system type, e.g. "make slx".
3) Install the POP2 daemon (ipopd/ipop2d), the POP3 daemon (ipopd/ipop3d), and
the IMAP daem
The IMAP server is now configured by default to use its built-in SSL
support instead of using stunnel. Accordingly, the name of the
certificate file in /usr/share/ssl/certs has changed from stunnel.pem
to imapd.pem. Users upgrading from previous releases will need to
rename, copy, or create a symbolic link to their existing certificate.
IMAPd - Internet Message Access Protocol server
imapd is a server which supports the IMAP4rev1 remote mail
access protocol as documented in RFC-2060. imapd is invoked
by the internet server (see inetd(8)), normally for requests
IPOPd - Post Off
KNOWN BUGS/MISFEATURES/DEFICIENCIES IN THE IMAP TOOLKIT
Last Updated: 9 January 2001
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