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Old 10-14-2009, 02:26 AM   #1
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"Set Mark as read flag to NO" in Coureir or Migration to dovecot


I am on CentOS 5.x 32bit.
I followed to setup my mail server. (Postfix, MYSQL, Courier, Amavis-new, ClamAV...)

Server is running quite smooth basically.

However I have an issue where number of my users want to pop mail from same account. But first user's pop function set the mail "marked as read" and then no other user is able to download that mail.

I have been using dovecot previously and there is this function "pop3_no_flag_update = yes" which helped me in achieving the desired result.

Is there any similar function available in courier? I've been googling around but no luck so far..


In case its not going to help, what would be the safe method to migrate to dovecot for above tutorial?

Many thanks in advance.



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