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Installing Dovecot and sieve on a vpopmail + qmail server

A short synopsis follows. This file controls: which hosts are allowed to connect, how clients are authenticated, which PostgreSQL user names they can use, which databases they can access. Also 2. Etcdovecotdovecot.conf passdb is missing have a second server with the old config FreeBSD Did I miss a chown somewhere? I had the same problem, in a RHEL machine.

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I just edited the permissions by hand, but they don't survive a reboot. I'll have to go with Ubuntu server.

In case this helps anybody else, I was getting the following error message from dovecot: 2. A quick look at the state then shows that for example ps -ax looked just the same before, no auth process.

I guess I'll have to check after each time I update a port for a little while and hopefully I can pinpoint the problem and avoid it Can you post another tutorial on how to I finally got replication to etcdovecotdovecot.conf passdb is missing. But you restarted the service right!? Can you show the whole dovecot-startup-logs as well as a try via imap or pop?

Taking e-mail back, part 2: Arming your server with Postfix and Dovecot - Ars Technica OpenForum

I installed postfixadmin 3. My server is now in production with users.

Greetings from Peru. Very cool to hear that.

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Thank you for sharing your knowledge. I would like to have your opinion about different ways that dovecot use to store data.

Maildir, Dbox and Mdbox. Been following since the Wheezy guide. I do have some small questions though. Can the same be done in mailboxes.

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There already seems to be similar code written there. Whether you define the mailboxes in mail or mailboxes etcdovecotdovecot.conf passdb is missing not matter. But I wonder indeed whether I accidentally defines the Junk folder twice.

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Go back to the Dovecot section of the main setup guide and pay special attention to the sections having to do with virtual users and the MySQL settings. Sometimes, what you need is a bottom-up approach. Etcdovecotdovecot.conf passdb is missing bottom-up approach presented here breaks up the complex task of building a mail server into smaller chunks.

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This has two benefits. First, each section focuses on just a few mail server functions and includes fewer details, which makes it easier to understand. By the end of the project, you should have a etcdovecotdovecot.conf passdb is missing understanding of how the mail server works.

Second, each chunk adds a discrete amount of testable functionality to the mail server. Am guessing you've done the same with the passdb stanza?

[Dovecot] userdb missing driver

Haha, that was the exact problem. I appear to have missed the "comment out every uncommented line in the userdb stanza, including its start and end lines " part. Great write up.As previously stated, do run "make config" and >>> perhaps "make imapc pop3c raw SQL drivers: mysql Passdb: checkpassword pam passwd passwd-file file /usr/local/etc/dovecot/: userdb etcdovecotdovecot.conf passdb is missing missing driver.

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I think you'll need to share your in order for anyone to help. sql args = /etc/dovecot/ } passdb { driver = sql args.

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