On Monday 10 February 2003 10:45, Howard Miller wrote:
> I would love to do that - but courier-imap won't compile either! I think my
> machine has an aversion to inter7 software!
courier-imap isn't inter7 software. inter7 just hosts the mailing list.
From what I can tell, Mr. Sam and inter7 seem to communicate very little.
What error are you getting during compile?
> The telnet thing is just a workaround so we can get our mail, while I'm
> sorting out the webmail problems. Using pine and POP3 is probably the way
> to go. I've done that before, but it slipped my mind!
> I suppose the next question would be has anybody got sqwebmail and/or
> courier-imap to work on hp-ux - one for another list!!
> Thanks everybody!
> On Monday 10 February 2003 14:54, Jesse Guardiani wrote:
> > On Monday 10 February 2003 09:20, Howard Miller wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I have a small qmail / vpomail installation. I'm having big problems
> > > getting sqwebmail to compile (I'm on HP-UX). Sooo... I was wondering
> > > can I set up some local users and get them to telnet in and use Mutt
> > > (or similar) to access the Maildirs?
> > I may be crazy, but why don't you download a web based IMAP client for
> > your users: like squirrelmail?
> > Nobody likes to telnet to check mail.
> > > Trouble is there are (for a start) permission problems as only vpopmail
> > > user has access to them, and I would much rather keep it this way.
> > >
> > > mutt configuration is a bit daunting - I wondered if anybody has got
> > > something like this working - or have I just gone crazy?
> > >
> > > Thanks
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