You're forgetting to assign values to your variables.
# make -E WITHOUT_SSL=yes
# make -E WITH_SSL_AND_PLAINTEXT=yes
Ok, tried that and I got this at compile time:
[EMAIL PROTECTED] imap-uw]# make -E WITH_SSL_AND_PLAINTEXT=yes
===> Vulnerability check disabled, database not found
===> Extracting for imap-uw-2004g_1,1
=> MD5 Checksum OK for imap-2004g.tar.Z.
=> SHA256 Checksum OK for imap-2004g.tar.Z.
===> Patching for imap-uw-2004g_1,1
===> Applying FreeBSD patches for imap-uw-2004g_1,1
===> imap-uw-2004g_1,1 depends on shared library: c-client4.8 - found
===> Configuring for imap-uw-2004g_1,1
===> Building for imap-uw-2004g_1,1
Your imap-uw port matches the version of your cclient port. Fine.
SSL check passed. We want SSL support, and cclient has it. Good.
+ Building in full compliance with RFC 3501 security
++ TLS/SSL encryption is supported
++ Unencrypted plaintext passwords are prohibited
Followed below here by the typical compile stuff.
When I run the config test script I still get this error:
ERROR: Your server doesn't allow plaintext logins. Try enabling another
authentication mechanism like CRAM-MD5, DIGEST-MD5 or TLS-encryption in the
Am I still missing something, or didn't the compile go right?
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