servername not honored in imapd.c?
huston at astro.princeton.edu
Thu Feb 9 00:20:31 EST 2006
On Feb 08, 2006, at 19:22, Kjetil Torgrim Homme wrote:
> On Wed, 2006-02-08 at 16:50 -0500, Steve Huston wrote:
>> In debugging a problem we've got since upgrading to Cyrus 2.3.1
>> (among other
>> things), I discovered that at one point Pine checks to see if the
>> returned by the server is equal to the name that it thinks it
>> connected to,
>> and if not it seems to open another socket to the IMAP server.
>> This causes a
>> bit of a slowdown on some machines, and was noticed here.
> wow, that's really nasty. doesn't seem to happen with Pine 4.63,
> though. which version are you running?
Running 4.60 on many of the machines, and various other versions
elsewhere (my desktop for example doesn't seem to slow down that
much). The problem is noticed when someone sends a mail, and Pine
goes to write its file carbon-copy to the sent-mail folder.
I'll be happy to discuss this more with you if you like, but should
probably do it off list since this isn't a Cyrus issue.
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