On Sun, 2004-05-30 at 10:38, Tom Collins wrote:
> It sounds like the vpopmail code in Courier-IMAP doesn't correctly 
> handle default domains.  I know that Michael Bowe did a lot of work on 
> that code recently -- are you using the latest release of Courier-IMAP? 
>   I just took a look at 3.0.4, and it appears to do everything that it 
> should -- the call to parse_email should set Domain to the default 
> domain if there isn't an '@' in the email address.

Okay, here is what I now have installed (on a test box):

  Qmail 1.03
  Vpopmail 5.4.3
  Courier-IMAP 3.0.4

I have compiled Vpopmail and Courier-IMAP according to Michael Bowe's
guide at
<http://www.pipeline.com.au/staff/mbowe/isp/webmail-server.htm>, except
I added the '--enable-roaming-users' options for Vpopmail, and had to
add '--with-redhat', since I am compiling on a RH system; other than
that, all else is identical.

However, now *no* IMAP logins are able to occur, whenther from "default
domain" or all other domains.

> If not, make sure that ~vpopmail/etc/defaultdomain is world-readable,

It is.

> that could be part of the problem.  Keep in mind that ~vpopmail/etc/ 
> needs to be readable by the user that Courier-IMAP runs as.

~vpopmail/etc/ is owned by vpopmail:vchkpw, and has permissions of 755

Thank you, again, for your assistance in this matter.


Alan Murrell

Reply via email to