On Tuesday 11 July 2006 11:07, Bill Moran wrote:
> In response to "Nagy László" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> > Are there any alternative IMAP servers that have good support (e.g.
> > working mailing list, up-to-date documentation), and can share IMAP
> > folders between users?
> > dovecot -- early stages of development, can I trust in this?
> I've been using Dovecot on various production servers since it was in
> beta.  I highly recommend it.

On Tuesday 11 July 2006 10:29, albi wrote:
> i can happily recommend Dovecot, really easy to install (Cyrus really
> isn't), supports both Maildir and mbox, been using it for years without
> any problems (i used courier before that, but i like dovecot much better)
> see here :  http://www.dovecot.org and
> http://wiki.dovecot.org/

I second (third?) both of the above. I switched my main production mail server 
from imap-uw to dovecot about a year ago and have been much happier since. It 
is very stable, and handles large folders and concurrent connections to the 
same account very smoothly (both things I had issues with using imap-uw). I 
think that dovecot's "betas" are like other products' "release 
candidates"--I've never had the sense that I'm using beta software.

It also supports shared folders, although I haven't had a need to experiment 
with that.

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