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Old 26th January 2012, 09:06
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Default Only provide imap/imaps, disable pop3/pop3s

Using courier-imap, is it possible to only provide imap/imaps and not be warned that pop3/pop3s are disabled?

Alternatively I'll just disable access to pop3/pop3s from the firewall... but there's no sense in running daemons that are not being used. Ideally I'd like to disable it in Server services or server config.
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Old 26th January 2012, 09:15
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There are currently 3 options:

1) Stop the daemons and get a warning that they are not running.
2) Close the pop3/pop3s firewall ports and get no warning.
3) Change the ispconfig code of the monitor system.
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