[Dovecot] v2.0.rc3 released

Steven King sking at kingrst.com
Thu Jul 22 08:21:21 EEST 2010

 What does the "<" actually do? I just followed the wiki example, and it
doesn't clearly explain what it is for.

On 7/21/10 2:39 PM, Timo Sirainen wrote:
> On Wed, 2010-07-21 at 18:58 +0200, Luigi Rosa wrote:
>> Don't really know if it is a bug, probably not.
>> Even setting  "ssl = no"  Dovecot tries to open ssl_cert and ssl_key files.
> Unfortunately I can't figure out any pretty way to solve this. Adding
> special casing for ssl_cert/ssl_key/ssl_ca seems evil. This same problem
> could happen with any setting if "<" is used.
> Also handling:
> ssl_cert = </etc/ssl/cert
> ssl = no
> would require delaying the "<" processing to see if there's ssl=no.
> All in all, seems like too much trouble.

Steve King

Senior Linux Engineer - Advance Internet, Inc.
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