Okay, I think you are right. I should switch to cyrus-imapd. But there
is a big difference between the two. Here is what the package
There's some directions at
http://www.flatmtn.com/computer/Linux-Imap-UW.html (found by googling
uw imap shared folders) but I'm not sure I follow them. It looks like
it's just setting up another IMAP account that happens to be shared....
I use cyrus-imap, and it seems to have fairly straight-forward support
for shared/public folders from what little I've played with them.
A full Cyrus IMAP implementation allows a seamless mail and bulletin board
environment to be set up across multiple servers. It differs from other
IMAP server implementations in that it is run on "sealed" servers, where
users are not normally permitted to log in. The mailbox database is stored
in parts of the filesystem that are private to the Cyrus IMAP system. All
user access to mail is through software using the IMAP, POP3, or KPOP
I already have some users with many e-mails (created with uw-imap). How can I
migrate between the two?
I believe that I'm offtopic here. :-(
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