Debian woody imap

James Miller jimm at
Tue Jul 1 13:12:46 EDT 2003

I wouldn't mind upgrading to the testing version of Debian.. but what other
migration pains would be involved?  'Cause I doubt it would be as simple as
changing /etc/apt/sources.list from stable to testing, apt-get update;
dselect update, apt-get -u dist-upgrade... I'm not even sure what version of
cyrus-imap testing is using.  If anyone has any experience please let me

Thank you!!!

-----Original Message-----
From: David Chait [mailto:davidc at]
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 12:14 PM
To: jimm at
Subject: Re: Debian woody imap

Yes it is, however 1.5.19 is beyond anchient, seriously consider an

----- Original Message -----
From: "James Miller" <jimm at>
To: <info-cyrus at>
Sent: Tuesday, July 01, 2003 9:32 AM
Subject: Debian woody imap

> Hello all,
> We're running cyrus imap v1.5.19 (Debian woody package) and currently
> is used to spawn imapd processes for clients to connect.  More and more
> frequently inetd is failing and a restart is needed.  Is it possible to
> imapd as a daemon process instead of relying on inetd?
> Thanks,
> Jim

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