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fetchmail Consejo (era Re: [opensuse] Dovecot 2.0)

To: suse <opensuse@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, James Knott <james.knott@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: fetchmail Consejo (era Re: [opensuse] Dovecot 2.0)
From: "David C. Rankin" <drankinatty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2011 13:31:36 -0500
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En 09/22/2011 09:28 AM, James *Knott escribió:
James *Knott escribió:
incluso he probado a mano *logging con con *telnet anfitrión local 143. Abajo es
un ejemplo del ID que trabaja "*jknott" y uno que  no "*mailtest".
Puedo *log al *server, *via *ssh o *su - de mi cuenta propia a *mailtest y otro
*IDs.

He encontrado el fijar. Tuve que añadir "ubicación_de correo =
*mbox:/correo:*INBOX=/*var/*spool/correo/%*u" a *dovecot.*conf.

Ahora para conseguir *fetchmail yendo.


*AARGH, lo tendría que haber cogido, pienso el *default para 2.0 es '*mbox:/Correo...'

  Qué hago con *fetchmail es montado el usuario /.*fetchmailrc Cuando:

correo de encuesta.3111*skyline.*com IMAP de protocolo : usuario *david con contraseña ********** *ssl *sslfingerprint "#Uno2:6*B:1Un:F3:F6:2*D:58:75:F4:33:*B8:91:AB:*C1:09:27"

<ALL UNA LÍNEA - *pw y *fingerprint cambiado para proteger el inocente>

  de conseguir el correcto *sslfingerprint, justo corrido:

*fetchmail -*cv

de la línea de orden después de generar el *dovecot *certs. *fetchmail Te mostrará el *fingerprint lo está esperando. Justo utiliza que puesto que el *fingerprint dentro /.*fetchmailrc

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On 09/22/2011 09:28 AM, James Knott wrote:
James Knott wrote:
I have even tried manually logging with with telnet local host 143. Below is
an example of the one ID that works "jknott" and one that doesn't "mailtest".
I can log into the server, via ssh or su - from my own account to mailtest and
other IDs.

I've found the fix. I had to add "mail_location =
mbox:~/mail:INBOX=/var/spool/mail/%u" to dovecot.conf.

Now to get fetchmail going.


AARGH, should have caught it, I think the default for 2.0 is 'mbox:~/Mail...'

  What I do with fetchmail is set up the user ~/.fetchmailrc as:

poll mail.3111skyline.com protocol IMAP : user david with password ********** ssl sslfingerprint "A2:6B:1A:F3:F6:2D:58:75:F4:33:B8:91:AB:C1:09:27"

<ALL ONE LINE - pw and fingerprint changed to protect the innocent>

  To get the correct sslfingerprint, just run:

fetchmail -cv

from the command line after generating the dovecot certs. fetchmail will show you the fingerprint it is expecting. Just use that for the fingerprint in ~/.fetchmailrc

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