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Re: Imap4d problem

From: Jeff Bailey
Subject: Re: Imap4d problem
Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2001 12:01:03 -0800

On Thu, Jan 04, 2001 at 02:42:00PM -0500, Alain Magloire wrote:

> 8-) 8-) 8-)
> I do not think, you will get more then that for the imap4d server.
> Jakob started but most, if not all, of the functions are unimplemented
> and return ENOSYS, ENOTSUP.

Okay - I just wanted to note that the parsing should probably account for 
this better.

> The popd server should work though, It was base on the code
> of gnu-pop3d-xxxx.  But I'm planning to take
> gnu-pop3d-0.9.8 and reimplemente it from scratch this weekend, meaning
> using the new mailbox as the back-end of gnu-pop3d-xxxx.
> Or maybe taking the missing pieces from gnu-pop3d-0.9.8 to mailutils/pop3d

Will this use the new API?  I think that I've almost finished packaging 
mailutils for Debian.  (I'm pretty certain I have all of Sean's 
suggestions in - I need to make it install itself in inetd.conf, and I 
need it to conflict against other pop3d packages and that should be it)  
After that, I'd like to begin hacking, but don't know what API to use.

> Yea, I followed this thread, quite amusing.
> >  - Joe Buck http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2001-01/msg00075.html

I like to put interesting things like this in my sig.  =)

I write portable software for a living, and my code has to compile
with gcc as well as with a variety of other compilers. [...]  If
the price of that is to have Linus Torvalds insult me once in a while,
so be it.
 - Joe Buck http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2001-01/msg00075.html

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