"servername:" assignment not displaying correctly
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Mon Feb 20 16:56:49 EST 2006
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>> where, i *thought* "servername:" defines what that the "* OK ..." response string should be.
>> where/what must i define to properly assign/display that string?
> That's the right place, there's a bug in 2.3.1 (already fixed in CVS).
> See the thread starting here:
hey, for once it's NOT me being stupid :-) thx for the heads-up ...
my quandry, as always, is whether to move to CVS for the latest-n-greatest fixes, or stick with
the release (2.3.1) for which my 'favorite' patches (http://email.uoa.gr's autocreate &
autosievefolder) are 'safe' ...
i am presuming that this fix, and fixes in general, are not backported to releases.
i, of course, can apply the fix as a patch to 2.3.1 source myself ... do you, perchance, have a
link to the *actual* cvs fix checkin? or is it as simple as your post implied, namely:
in imap/imapd.c @ ln949 in void cmdloop()?
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