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Re: proposal: imap, imap-server, and imap-util
I haven't checked that, but I did notice that there's a SSLTYPE=unix option
to pass to make that allows plaintext for both ssl and non-ssl. Of course,
there's still the prompt during make that this is a non-standard option
according to IESG. If I build it with this option, one can always decide to
not put an "imap" entry in /etc/inetd.conf and just have an "imaps" entry.
Which sounds better to you guys?
a) the default (only allow plaintext passwords via ssl)
b) build allowing plaintext passwords regardless of whether ssl is used
c) build two sets of binaries
One more thing before I go make another package....
are the imapd, ipop3d, and ipop2d names ok, or should they be prefixed with
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> Isn't that what RedHat does eg., ipop3d (non-ssl) and ipop3ds
> way I think it's a good idea.