OT Shared Imap folders/accounts
ssilva at sgvwater.com
Thu Oct 9 17:14:48 IST 2008
on 10-9-2008 8:11 AM Steve Campbell spake the following:
> Steve Campbell wrote:
>> Not the place to ask, I'm sure, but maybe someone can point me to the
>> proper place or page.
>> I've googled a while, and only became more confused, as what I'd like
>> to do is not techically a shared Imap account. What I've seen so far
>> is that an email account is set up with different users being able to
>> access this account. The "shared" part comes from a mailbox permission
>> of 1777 and/or group rights.
>> The policy here, for as long as I can remember, is to have one IMAP
>> account and everyone access it with the same username and password.
>> This causes corruption, as you might guess.
>> Is it truly just file permissions or group access to a mailbox, or
>> where should I turn to see the other magic that makes this work? I use
>> a standard Centos 3 install.
>> Thanks, and sorry for the bother of OT.
>> Steve Campbell
> Thanks for all the good ideas. I hope it's showing that I really wasn't
> aware how IMAP worked. And I wonder how I've got it working now. The
> confusing part is that I create normal pop3 accounts, and people access
> them throught their client (and horde/imp) as IMAP and it seems to work.
> Of course, this might be where the corruption sometimes occurs.
> I'm still not sure whether I'm using UW or Courier, so I've got a lot of
> digging to do.
CentOS 3 came with UWImap standard, and I remember it being a poor performer.
I also would recommend dovecot just for the fact that it should give you the
shortest down time during the conversion.
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