I've just upgraded my system from Fedora Core1 (which was working
great) to Fedora Core 2. Several problems - I've fixed all except the
one that's stumping me - retrieving mail from Postfix (which has been
previously installed and has been working great for some time).
Postfix receives the mail, I can send though it, but cannot get my mail.
Originally, something in the install had blocked port 110 - which is
now fixed (verified with telnet localhost 110
I strongly suspect the problem is the new SMTP authentication with
Cyrus being used for IMAP - but I'm having a tough time locating documentation on what
needs to change. I have not yet created Cyrus users. Is there documentation on the procedure that is authorative for FC2?
This was all working properly before the upgrade.
(I've started saslauthd.)
Version-Release number of selected components:
Fedora Core 2 (kernel 2.6.5-1.358)
Steps to Reproduce:
1. /etc/init.d/postfix start
2. Using any email client (even squirrelmail), try to get mail
"Sending of password did not succeed. Mail server (ip)
responded: Unable to locate maildrop."
"ERROR : Could not complete request.
Query: SELECT "INBOX"
Reason Given: Mailbox does not exist"
Does anyone have experience with this, or know where to find documentation for FC2?