Just make sure nobody is using smtp after pop as a means to send emails. You need qpop3d for this as far as I remember. Also I'm not sure that the vadduser -n flag works with Dovecot. I'd check that if you use it as well. I force all of my users to use SMTP auth on the submission port so it doesn't bother me. Other than that I love Dovecot because it never gives me issues after installation. Was using Courier for years and got tired of the authdaemon issues.


On Fri, 08 Jul 2011 17:31:37 +0100, Sérgio Rosa wrote:
I'm using Dovecot for imap/pop3 and zero issues with it.

The maildirs are on a nfs server and a client has nothing less than 1G
(about 6K messages) of mail on his inbox.

I'm very satisfied with Dovecot.

Hope that this feedback helps.
Sérgio Rosa

On Fri, 2011-07-08 at 09:17 -0700, Tom Collins wrote:
Many of us have switched from Courier to Dovecot for IMAP, I'm wondering if others have also switched from qmail-pop3d to Dovecot for your POP server.

I have a client who insists on using POP and leaving lots of messages (~4000) in his inbox. That's starting to cause problems with qmail-pop3d.

I'm thinking that switching to Dovecot might solve that problem.




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