Jason, Thanks for the feedback. I thought I was invisible for minute there. Whew!
> I never tried user%domain.com ... I always used [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... > Maybe the @ works and the % doesn't? It's possible that when you use > authvchkpw it properly handles the conversion from % to @ ... I believe > @ is what's in the database... Might want to give that a whirl... :) Actually as I remember the docs from our earlier implementations of Qmail/Vpopmail/Vchkpw state that the % was the default for authentication but later it began checking for @ as a sort of fail safe type method. I have tested POP3 with both and they seem to authenticate either way. And IMAP gets the same error either way. > Aha... I think I found your problem... Explicitly indicate > --without-authmysql or else it will compile it in because the mysql > libraries are present. It looks like you're using authdaemon as > well... I'm told that authdaemon is buggy ... never encountered that, > but... *shrug* I actually am now trying the following which does exclude the authmysql and the authdaemon. cd courier-imap-126.96.36.19930307 ./configure --prefix=/usr/local \ --exec-prefix=/usr/local \ --sysconfdir=/usr/local/etc/courier-imap \ --datadir=/usr/local/share/courier-imap \ --libexecdir=/usr/local/libexec/courier-imap \ --enable-workarounds-for-imap-client-bugs \ --disable-root-check --without-authpam \ --without-authldap --without-authpwd \ --without-authmysql --without-authpgsql \ --without-authshadow --without-authuserdb \ --without-authcustom --without-authcram \ --without-authdaemon \ --with-authvchkpw --with-ssl But this too gives me the same error. Maybe it is the way I am testing it. Does Microsoft Outlook support the IMAP protocol properly? Anybody out there use Outlook with IMAP specifically Courier-IMAP? I have Outlook setup basically the same as a POP3 account except of course the obvious difference that it is IMAP. > I gave up on toaster setups... Gonna write my own with details as to > why I chose each item ... :P Yes I plan to do the same. I put all of my shell scripts for install together one application at a time so that I can better break it out to program the master install script (or toaster as I understand it). My problem with the toaster scripts out there are the webmail clients used. I plan to use the Horde suite of tools with some modifications to security issues and interface. It will include ALOT more features than sqwebmail and alot better looking. Question on Toaster: Where did Toaster scripts get their name from and why Toaster? Why not Waffle Iron? Or better yet Margarita Blender! Wil Hatfield