Re: [xmail] POP3 UIDL PROBLEM

2015-06-06 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Oversea Site via xmail wrote on 06/04/2015 04:25 PM: I have over 1 EMAILS but when I test UIDL, Sometimes, it's not sorting by ID. it's a file system -rw-rw-r-- 1 root root30558 Jun 1 04:46 1433105179992.70d12960.34c.3f8be2.bravo -rw-rw-r-- 1 root root 989 Jun 1 05:04

Re: [xmail] new maintainer for the 1.27 branch

2015-06-01 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
bugs--- via xmail wrote on 06/02/2015 01:31 AM: Hi List, I already made some fixes. See http://www.econtrario.ch/tools/. Maybe you can use them. Yes, it's already on the todo list. Thx. -- cu Uenal ___ xmail mailing list xmail@xmailserver.org

Re: [xmail] BUG : XMAIL 1.27 with SSL

2015-05-26 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Oversea Site via xmail wrote on 05/26/2015 07:56 AM: Anyway I will test this issue in other linux distribution in VM, such as CentOS. (You can give me any linux distribution, let's build the same platform in VM. I use virtualbox. If you could test it with Debian 7 (wheezy) i386, that would

Re: [xmail] BUG : XMAIL 1.27 with SSL

2015-05-26 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Bart Mortelmans via xmail wrote on 05/26/2015 03:55 PM: It might be difficult to determine if the problem is with XMail or with the client. And even if for example Tencent actually closes the connection incorrectly, it should be better if XMail would be able to handle such an improperly closed

Re: [xmail] BUG : XMAIL 1.27 with SSL

2015-05-26 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Oversea Site via xmail wrote on 05/26/2015 03:09 PM: Now I am using original XMAIL-1.27.tar.gz source without simultaneous POP3 logins, no STUNNEL, use NATIVE XMAIL SSL. The problem still exists, K9-MAIL will report IllegalFormatConversonException when I receive more then 100-200 emails. So It

Re: [xmail] BUG : XMAIL 1.27 with SSL

2015-05-26 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
U.Mutlu via xmail wrote on 05/26/2015 04:38 PM: Bart Mortelmans via xmail wrote on 05/26/2015 03:55 PM: It might be difficult to determine if the problem is with XMail or with the client. And even if for example Tencent actually closes the connection incorrectly, it should be better if XMail

Re: [xmail] Tip: Speeding up xmail by pointing envvar XMAIL_TEMP to a ramdisk

2015-05-25 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
this isn't really recommended). Yes, true, putting spool on ramdisk is not that a good idea :-) cu Uenal Sincerely, Bart Mortelmans U.Mutlu via xmail schreef op 25/05/15 om 01:09: Tip: Speeding up xmail by pointing envvar XMAIL_TEMP to a ramdisk (here on Linux using a 64 MB ramdisk mounted to /mnt

Re: [xmail] BUG : XMAIL 1.27 with SSL

2015-05-25 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Oversea Site via xmail wrote on 05/25/2015 09:23 PM: I found the bug on XMAIL 1.27 with SSL (POP3S is main), SSMTP service maybe has a same bug too 1. it will have too many FIN_WAIT_2 on POP3S with two many requests, It is because of some non-popular WINDOWS CLIENT e.g. tencent foxmail ,

Re: [xmail] BUG : XMAIL 1.27 with SSL

2015-05-25 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Oversea Site via xmail wrote on 05/26/2015 05:14 AM: No Log Error. No Fatal Error log. No Core Dump It's not RAM or HW problem. It's XMAIL internal issue, because when I switch to stunnel, all problems solved. And then when I test K9-MAIL with XMAIL+STUNNEL, K9 Client will not have any JAVA

Re: [xmail] BUG : XMAIL 1.27 with SSL

2015-05-25 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
U.Mutlu via xmail wrote on 05/26/2015 07:06 AM: Oversea Site via xmail wrote on 05/26/2015 05:14 AM: No Log Error. No Fatal Error log. No Core Dump It's not RAM or HW problem. It's XMAIL internal issue, because when I switch to stunnel, all problems solved. And then when I test K9-MAIL

[xmail] HOWTO quick-testing spamassassin (spamd + spamc) at home

2015-05-24 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
. --- On Sun, 24/5/15, U.Mutlu via xmail xmail@xmailserver.org wrote: Subject: Re: [xmail] new maintainer for the 1.27 branch To: Bart Mortelmans b...@bim.be, XMail Users Mailing List xmail@xmailserver.org Date: Sunday, 24 May, 2015, 19:07 Hi Bart All

Re: [xmail] new maintainer for the 1.27 branch

2015-05-24 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Hi Bart All, Bart Mortelmans via xmail wrote on 05/16/2015 10:27 PM: I have been using XMail for what must have been almost 15 years. I still prefer XMail for anything that does not need IMAP. I have no experience yet with Dovecot, but what does it mean when they say If you already have

[xmail] Tip: Speeding up xmail by pointing envvar XMAIL_TEMP to a ramdisk

2015-05-24 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Tip: Speeding up xmail by pointing envvar XMAIL_TEMP to a ramdisk (here on Linux using a 64 MB ramdisk mounted to /mnt/ramdisk ) mkdir -p /mnt/ramdisk in /etc/fstab: tmpfs /mnt/ramdisk tmpfs nodev,size=64M 0 0 then either reboot or use this cmd: mount /mnt/ramdisk in xmail start script:

[xmail] thx to xmail and its author

2015-05-16 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Hi folks, I'm using xmail for a long time now (maybe 7 yrs), and I'm still very satisfied with it. OTOH I must admit I'm using it only for a small number of users, and I've used (before xmail) only one other mail-system (it was qmail iirc). I'm using a self-compiled version of xmail (the

[xmail] non-delivered mails not listed in the logs

2015-04-30 Thread U.Mutlu via xmail
Hi, anybody left here? :-) Can anybody confirm this? : It seems xmail does not make a log entry for a non-deliverable mail. Though it sends an error mail to the sender (Subject Error sending message ...). This is not optimal, since the mail admin should have the possibility to inform himself