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

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Subject: Re: fetchmail Consejo (era Re: [opensuse] Dovecot 2.0)
From: James Knott <james.knott@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2011 16:42:29 -0400
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Anton *Aylward escribió:
En cuanto a correr *fetchmail como sistema *daemon bastante que un por usuario *daemon, pienso la manera actual de habiendo ALL los guiones en /*etc/*fetchmailrc es mal-encabezado. Pienso que el sistema *daemon tener que *spawn de procesos de niño que leyeron el por usuario /.*fetchmail Archivos y llevarles a cabo. Aquella manera los usuarios individuales pueden añadir y editar su propio .*fetchmail Archivos y no *compromise el sistema.

Cuando mencioné, la mayoría de los usuarios no son particularmente el ordenador culto. No tendrían una pista sobre montar .*fetchmailrc. Desde entonces soy el que tiene que mantener esto, un en fila india es mucho mejor.
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Anton Aylward wrote:
As for running fetchmail as a system daemon rather than a per user daemon, I think the current way of having ALL the scripts in /etc/fetchmailrc is wrong-headed. I think that the system daemon should spawn off child processes that read the per user ~/.fetchmail files and carry them out. That way the individual users can add and edit their own .fetchmail files and not compromise the system.

As I mentioned, most of the users are not particularly computer literate. They wouldn't have a clue about setting up .fetchmailrc. Since I am the one who has to maintain this, a single file is much better.
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