Hagedorn at uni-koeln.de
Tue May 21 06:55:40 EDT 2013
thanks. My understanding was that the other daemons hadn't changed, so I
thought that base 2.4.17 already included the intelligence about those
special folders. Ken, could you please clarify if that is the case or if I
also need to replace the other binaries to be safe?
--On 21. Mai 2013 09:28:22 +0000 Dave McMurtrie <dave64 at andrew.cmu.edu>
> The calendar and contact data is stored within a user's normal mailbox
> heirarchy. imapd from cyrus-imapd-caldav-2.4.17 knows to not return the
> calendar and contact folders to an IMAP client in LIST output.
> If you just copy the htttpd binary in place, I think it should work, but
> your IMAP users will see those folders. At the very least they'll wonder
> what they are. At the worst, they'll manipulate them with an IMAP client
> and make them unstable for CalDAV use.
> If I missed anything, I'm sure Ken can chime in.
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