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Old 08-31-2005, 06:05 PM   #1
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Postfix Cyrus IMAP/POP3 configuration on FC4


I recently upgraded from FC2 to FC4 on my home-server and I have had Postfix configured to use

home_mailbox = Maildir/ so that me and my family have had to log into the server as local users to read/send mail

and the mailbox_transport = cyrus is commented out.

Now everyone has their own computer and I want to be able to access our mail from those computers and also from the

using ps -ef I have noticed that the cyrus user is runnig both pop3d and imapd.

The question is
How do I configurer Postfix to use cyrus ?

I have looked at the FAQ at at the Postfix website about Cyrus but I can't find any information about how to configure Cyrus to the
local Linux users like I have it today. Is that possible ?


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