[Dovecot] Dovecot under daemontools
tss at iki.fi
Thu Aug 10 19:03:10 EEST 2006
On Thu, 2006-08-10 at 10:05 -0500, Rick Romero wrote:
> I'm sure you're just kidding, but I kinda have to agree here. There are
> some improvements that could be made in the system.
> 1. The whole *BSD poll/kqueue issue. From what configure says, kqueue
> shouldn't ever show up.
I'm not sure what you mean by this.
> 2. POP? It gets compiled in automatically, yet doesn't start. Doesn't
> bother me, as I'm just using IMAP, but it doesn't seem logical. If POP
> doesn't start by default, I wouldn't think it would be compiled in by
Well, I think compiling and using by default are different things.
Compiling everything by default doesn't really hurt anything, but using
all of them by default does.
I can't really think of how this could be improved. I think no matter
what change I do people will start complaining.
> 3. Config file. It flows well, but it's freaking huge.
Yea. For v2.0 I'm planning on splitting it up. I already once did such a
split and asked people's suggestions about that (IIRC).
> 3a Quotas. Where are you told that to enable imap quotas, you need to
> say: mail_plugins = quota imap_quota
> Maybe I missed it, but I modified horde to manually get the quotas
> because I couldn't find or figure out how enable it in dovecot.
I'm hoping to get http://wiki.dovecot.org/NewIndex into a usable state
some day and it should hopefully be easy enough to install Dovecot into
a fully usable state. :)
Anyway there already is wiki -> Quota page.
> > Sorry, one more .... courier-imap is easier to configure, no?
> Yes on FreeBSD, you have IMAP/POP and SSL config files.
I think SSL certificates are generated by most Dovecot binary packages,
so this is a FreeBSD port-issue I think..
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