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Old 26th October 2010, 01:37
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Default imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument

I am recieving this error message every time I use Send / Received from Outlook.

I have a Ubuntu Server setup with ISPConfig 3.0

i have Outlook setup using IMAP



/var/log/mail.err
Oct 25 15:37:16 spider imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
Oct 25 15:43:12 spider imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
Oct 25 15:49:23 spider imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
Oct 25 15:52:13 spider imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
Oct 25 16:00:28 spider imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
Oct 25 16:01:14 spider imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
Oct 25 16:01:37 spider imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
Oct 25 16:22:21 spider imapd: Error reading ACLs for : Invalid argument
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