[Dovecot] Moving mail servers, moving mailboxes

2013-04-15 Thread Gregory Sloop
So, I've done some searching - but search terms are hard to come by, that work, for this query. In short, migrating a RHEL 5.9 server running the back-ported Dovecot 1.0.7 To: Ububtu 12.04 with 2.0.19, I believe. [I'm not against compiling a more recent version if there's some real advantage to

Re: [Dovecot] Moving mail servers, moving mailboxes

2013-04-16 Thread Gregory Sloop
I hate to bug anyone about this again, but I'm really unsure of how best to proceed. If someone could point me in a good direction - a web-link or link to a relevant listserv thread - I'd really appreciate it. Some additional searches have given me _some_ new ideas. - I've seen about dsync -

Re: [Dovecot] Moving mail servers, moving mailboxes

2013-04-17 Thread Gregory Sloop
TS On 16.4.2013, at 2.48, Gregory Sloop gr...@sloop.net wrote: In short, migrating a RHEL 5.9 server running the back-ported Dovecot 1.0.7 To: Ububtu 12.04 with 2.0.19, I believe. TS Dovecot v2.0 can use v1.0's mbox/maildir files including their TS metadata. v2.0 should also be able to read

[Dovecot] Dovecot vs MBox

2013-04-30 Thread Gregory Sloop
again? [Or a pointer as to where it might be most productive to poke next?] TIA -Greg -- Gregory Sloop, Principal: Sloop Network Computer Consulting 503.251.0452 x121 Voice | 503.251.0452 Fax www.sloop.net mailto:gr...@sloop.net

Re: [Dovecot] Dovecot vs MBox

2013-05-01 Thread Gregory Sloop
CM On 2013-04-30 11:04 AM, Gregory Sloop gr...@sloop.net wrote: I'm still in the what's wrong stage of figuring out what's going on. But I've got a mail user who isn't getting new messages. Postfix accepts it and drops it in the users mbox. [This is verified. If I tail the Mbox, I can see

Re: [Dovecot] Dovecot vs MBox

2013-05-02 Thread Gregory Sloop
SH On 4/30/2013 1:07 PM, Kyle Wheeler wrote: On Tuesday, April 30 at 08:04 AM, quoth Gregory Sloop: Any ideas where to look next, what I might do to force dovecot to forget message ID's etc - that might force it to read the whole mailbox file again? Find the dovecot.index files

Re: [Dovecot] Dovecot login slow

2013-11-14 Thread Gregory Sloop
Is it perhaps a *server* dns lookup delay? I've typically seen 60s delays when a reverse lookup fails, so 20s seems odd - but when you first mentioned it, that's the little flag that waved in my head. 'course I could be totally stupid, high, or huffing glue or something - but thought I'd throw

Re: Postfix + dovecot setup

2014-08-28 Thread Gregory Sloop
TM I'm trying to clarify the various ways in which I could set up TM Postfix + Dovecot + SpamAssassin under CentOS-7, TM and I'd welcome any comments on the following remarks. TM As far as I can see there are 3 standard ways of setting this up: TM 1. Use amavisd TM 2. Use dovecot +

Re: Looking for NTLM config example

2016-06-27 Thread Gregory Sloop
TT> On 6/27/2016 2:45 AM, Mark Foley wrote: >> While continuing to test gssapi, I thought I check out your suggestion on >> NTLM v1. I did set >> Thunderbird to NTLM v1 ... TT> You are aware, I hope, that NTLM v1 is well over 20 years old and TT> is trivially compromised today. Basically, it's

Re: is a self signed certificate always invalid the first time?

2017-08-10 Thread Gregory Sloop
SvK> On Wed, 9 Aug 2017 08:39:30 -0700 SvK> Gregory Sloop <gr...@sloop.net> wrote: >> AV> So i’m using dovecot, and i created a self signed certificate >> AV> with mkcert.sh based on dovecot-openssl.cnf. The name in there matches >> AV> my mail serve

Re: is a self signed certificate always invalid the first time?

2017-08-09 Thread Gregory Sloop
AV> So i’m using dovecot, and i created a self signed certificate AV> with mkcert.sh based on dovecot-openssl.cnf. The name in there matches my mail server. AV> The first time it connects in mac mail however, it says the AV> certificate is invalid and another server might pretend to be me etc.

Re: Log authentication attempts

2017-06-12 Thread Gregory Sloop
>> On June 12, 2017 at 3:39 PM "j.emerlik" wrote: >> We alse have same problem, now we are running Dovecot 2.2.30.2 and also use >> Dovecot SASL for SMTP authentication (postfix 2.11). >> We need to save all failed login attempts to database as source IP address, >>

Re: namespace and folders

2017-06-12 Thread Gregory Sloop
No response? I was pretty sure this would be something someone had run into sometime. [probably often!] Any pointers would be greatly appreciated. [I've done a bunch of trials with different settings in the namespace, but none of the things I've tried so far resolve the issue. So, it's not

namespace and folders

2017-06-07 Thread Gregory Sloop
Using mbox format and this namespace namespace { inbox = yes hidden = yes prefix = INBOX/ } [Though I've also tried, seemingly, a million different namespace options to "fix" my problem.] It's a migrated setup from a 1.x dovecot install from Ubuntu 12.04, now on 16.04 The problem is in

Re: Dovecot - Postfix Calender Synchronisation

2017-08-24 Thread Gregory Sloop
RG> Re: portable formats and their mime type RG> https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICalendar RG> https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/VCard RG> Re: dependencies RG> - db: why? just use the ical and vcard files! They are files, RG> they are in a directory, they can be used like dovecot uses eml RG>