Thanks while this didn't exactly answer my question, it turn turn on a
light which I pursued. I tracked it down to a START_TLS issue in my config
file which was causing my IMAP (non-ssl) to not work.

> On Dec 21, 2003, at 10:42 PM, Michael Pinnella wrote:
>> I have both IMAP and IMAP-SSL on my BSD box (for inside and outside the
>> firewall). I can connect with no problems with IMAP-SSL, but when I
>> try and
>> connect with IMAP, it does not accept my password, and I am sure I am
>> typing
>> in the correct password. Has anyone had any problems with this.
> See /usr/ports/mail/imap-uw/pkg-message:
> "===>   NB: IMAP-UW now rejects non-encrypted logins by default. To
> change this
> ===>   behaviour, recompile and reinstall cclient and imap-uw ports
> with one of
> ===>   the following make variables defined:
> WITHOUT_SSL - build without SSL/encryption support.
> WITH_SSL_AND_PLAINTEXT - build with SSL/encryption support, but allow
> non-encrypted logins."
> --
> -Chuck

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