well, it manifested as people unable to log in - intermittently. as
well, it seemed to affect customers who both imapped in via a client,
and also had others at the same IP address who came in via webmail (i
run up-imapproxy, and it would show errors about the same time for a given IP).
however, a second rebuild of courier appears to have 'solved' the
problem. of course, solutions where you don't know exactly what the
fix was have a tendency to bite you in the ass later, so i've got a
lot of investigating to do. Tom Collins suggested i review Shupp's
toaster docs for help getting the latest courier going, which i think
i'll do - after i get some sleep!
thanks for your help.
At 01:09 PM 6/7/2005, you wrote:
What kind of imap problems? I'm running the latest courier (imap only)
with vpop 5.4.10 and haven't had any issues.
Specifically courier-imap-4.0.2 and courier-authlib-0.55
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Theodoropoulos [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 07, 2005 8:18 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [vchkpw] so, my alternative
> i need to revert from 5.4.10 back to 5.3.18. is there any way
> to 'reverse' the dotqmail2valias that i ran? i've been
> screwed the last two days, and have to get back to stability
> or i'm going to start losing customers. it's definitely
> associated with IMAP/courier-imap (old version, 2.1.2), but
> options there are even fewer (we all know how mr. sam feels
> about vpopmail).
> Paul Theodoropoulos