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Old 01-13-2006, 01:12 PM   #1
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Initial setup of Cyrus on CentOS 4.2

I've been using Red Hat since version 5.2 and most of my servers still run RH 9.0 because one of the critical apps required it (vendor stated they would not support anything on Fedora Core). Since CentOS states that they are a repackaging of Red Hat Enterprise Linux v 4.x I implemented a server base on that disttribution. Unfortunately I'm stuck on the Cyrus email portion. My Windows XP machine running Eudora can not sign into Cyrus to open mail. I know it's not a password issue on Linux as I can go to the server and sign in there with the ID/password. I don't know anything about Cyrus and SASL but that appears to be the reason why I can't read mail with Eudora or Outlook Express. Can someone that has done Cyrus on CentOS throw me a bone with some good links on getting started with Cyrus?


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