Installing and Configuring the Cyrus IMAP Server
The Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) is an Internet standards-track protocol for accessing messages (mail, news, etc). The IMAP server stores and provides access to messages.
Please refer to Sending Feedback if you would like to submit a bug, feature request or patch.
For detailed changes, refer to the file doc/changes in the distribution.
- Upgrading From Previous Versions
- Authenticating Users
- Compiling the IMAP Server
- Configuring the IMAP Server
- Testing the IMAP Server
- Administering Mailboxes
- Installing SIEVE
- SNMP Monitoring
- Cyrus and Netnews
- Virtual Domains
- Cyrus Replication
- Cyrus Murder: The IMAP Aggregator
- Operating System Specific Notes
- Performance Notes
Other interesting stuff
Here's some software that you may want to run with Cyrus. This software isn't maintained or supported by CMU, so please ask the maintainers for support.
- Websieve, a web-based front-end for Sieve script management with Cyrus.
- Sendmail, the most popular MTA around.
- Postfix, a popular competitor MTA.
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