Fedora Perfect Server and Dovecot

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by dwpondscum, Feb 22, 2008.

  1. dwpondscum

    dwpondscum New Member

    I have looked over the setup of the HOWTO for Fedora 7 Perfect Server. However, I do not see where Dovecot is setup. Is this handled by ISPconfig? The default Dovecot config file by Fedora has everything commented. If I do not want to install ISPconfig, is there another script/program that would allow me to enter in the user mailboxes for dovecot via webpage rather than the terminal?

    Basically, I have a machine with a single domain that I need http, bind, ftp, and imap to setup for. I can simply have not done the IMAP before. I have worked with Postmap and mysql, so that is easily done.

    DWhite
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Dovecot doesn't need to be configured. It's working out of the box. :)
     
  3. dwpondscum

    dwpondscum New Member

    So even with dovecot.conf completely commented out, Dovecot is still operational? I understand that it would startup, but I did not think it would any under useful control.

    If that is the situation, what is your recommendation to create and maintain imap mailboxes on a small scale. I know about ISPconfig. However, I have only the one domain and about 30 boxes to manage. I could use ISPconfig and just use the one domain setup, but I did not know if there was something less complex for a single domain.

    Thanks!

    DWhite
     
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

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