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

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From: Anton Aylward <opensuse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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James *Knott dijo el siguiendo en 09/23/2011 10:36 PM:
Anton *Aylward escribió:
James *Knott dijo el siguiendo en 09/23/2011 04:47 PM:

 ellos todos tienen que correr su caso propio de *fetchmail?

Sí y no.
Sí hacen y no su hecho *via *crontab.

La manera lo corro, *fetchmail es habilitado en servicios de sistema y empezado
*automagically en niveles corridos 3&  5.  Es puesto para correr como *damon y comprueba
el correo #cada 120 segundos.

El asunto con *fetchmail que ambos de #prpers afrontan es esto:

Quién Mantiene el *fetchmailrc?

Nuestra política es que el *sysadmin  NO.

Tan hay dos categorías de usuarios:

1 Que sólo tener este *mailbox y así que no necesita
  *fetchmail.  Estos son el *unsophisticated unos
  no saben sobre *fetchmail o qué IMAP es.

2 Que haber *mailboxes en todas partes.  No nos preocupamos si utilizan *fetchmail o si consiguen su *MUAs para acceder aquellos
  otro *mailboxes directamente.  Son bastante listos para configurar
  su propio .*fetchmailrc Y *crontab.

CÓMO leyeron correo, qué GUI es hasta ellos. Es un asunto separado y nada para hacer con el cual *imap *server utilizamos. De hecho cuándo cambiamos de *courier a IMAP no-un *noticed :-)


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James Knott said the following on 09/23/2011 10:36 PM:
Anton Aylward wrote:
James Knott said the following on 09/23/2011 04:47 PM:

Do they all have to run their own instance of fetchmail?

Yes and no.
Yes they do and no its done via crontab.

The way I run it, fetchmail is enabled in system services and started
automagically in run levels 3&  5.  It's set to run as a damon and
checks the mail every 120 seconds.

The issue with fetchmail that both of us face is this:

Who Maintains the fetchmailrc?

Our policy is that the sysadmin DOES NOT.

So there are two categories of users:

1 That only have this mailbox and so don't need
  fetchmail.  These are the unsophisticated ones
  They don't know about fetchmail or what IMAP is.

2 That have mailboxes everywhere.  We don't care if they
  use fetchmail or if they get their MUAs to access those
  other mailboxes directly.  They are smart enough to configure
  their own .fetchmailrc and crontab.

HOW they read mail, what GUI is up to them. It is a separate issue and nothing to do with which imap server we use. In fact when we changed from courier to IMAP no-one noticed :-)


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