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All, have recently upgraded my RH9 mail server (Postfix) to Fedora Core 2, the one element that I overlooked is that Courier imap is replaced with the Cyrus package. I didn't like it so replaced it with Dovecot which mostly just works similarly to Courier.
However, I've lost all of my folders ! Having looked at many web posts about mail formats I'm now thoroughly confused and am making no progress.
As far as I can make out, I was using the mbox format, i.e. each folder is represented by a flat file containing all of the messages. In my home directory I had (was using Thunderbird client) ...