etienne.goyer at linuxquebec.com
Mon Jun 2 09:57:31 EDT 2003
You never connect to a file, such as /usr/cyrus/bin/imapd. You need to
connect to a host:port combination. As for Net::IMAP, I tried this
module and it have a lot of bugs (malformed POD giving compilation
error and a few other) which made it unusable for me. This module have
not been updated since 1999 so I think it is pretty much stale.
Depending on what you need to do, CPAN should be able to provide you
with another module. I use IMAP::Admin from CPAN (which is NOT the same
as the module shipped with Cyrus) and it work for me (setting ACL and
quota, creating/deleting/renaming mailbox, etc). I made quite a few
mods in this module which I will send to the maintainer so you can
expect a new version of this modules in the coming months.
On Fri, May 30, 2003 at 03:32:23PM -0400, Stephen Conway wrote:
> I am trying to use the above perl module with Cyrus IMAP server and am
> having trouble. If I try to run on the same server connecting directly to
> '/usr/cyrus/bin/imapd' I get 'Illegal Seek' . If I instead try to connect
> to 'localhost' or the IP of that server, The connection is not made either.
> Has anyone used this module?
> Also, the server is running Red Hat 8 Linux, with perl 5.8 installed.
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