[Dovecot] Temporary Failure that's Permanent!
nick.z.edwards at gmail.com
Thu Oct 27 08:49:35 EEST 2011
Why do you troll
You do not help OP in any way saying, use another distribution, this is a
clear sign of TROLL
Too many on this list, if you not going to help OP piss off and dont click
that reply button and ignore tham, how about we tell you to use another
distribution that is current like gentoo, freebsd, slackware, or even a mac
everytime you have a problem.
Why Timo let you get away with this so long I cant believe. and if you for
one minute think debian is a current you are bigger dickhead than you come
do not reply to me either I killfile trolls and I cant believe I did not
fuck you off a long time ago, all you do is go into 15 page gooblygook
hoping to dazzle people with your _lack_ of knowledge.
What do they say a little knowledge in the hands of some is .... You
remind me of that ninkenpoop Karl from the ubuntu list, maybe you are him in
On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 12:51 PM, Stan Hoeppner <stan at hardwarefreak.com>wrote:
> On 10/26/2011 8:48 AM, Bernd Petrovitsch wrote:
> > On Mit, 2011-10-26 at 02:33 -0500, Stan Hoeppner wrote:
> >> On 10/25/2011 2:34 PM, Charles Marcus wrote:
> > [....]
> >>> A word of advice... you need to take a breath, and START OVER.
> >> Yep. Start by ditching that old as dirt POS distro known as CentOS.
> > Dovecot works fine on my CentOS-5.* and -6.
> Yes, because you know what you're doing.
> >> And don't roll-your-own-Dovecot from source.
> > [....]
> > And I used it self-compiled (because there were at times no current
> > packages) and nowadays an RPM from some repo.
> > Granted with sendmail as MTA but that shouldn't make a big difference.
> See above comment.
> The OP is having trouble with a roll-your-own combo Dovecot and Postfix
> install. He went this route because the CentOS 5.x packages are old as
> dirt. Now he's having severe problems getting the RYO stuff working
> If he has the option of using a distro with far more current packages,
> it would be much easier for him to get up and running. Thus my
> suggestion to give Debian a try. Any distro he's comfortable with and
> has access to, that has relatively up to date Dovecot and Postfix
> versions, would be just as suitable.
> The bulk of his problems stem from issues revolving around installing
> from source. Moving to recent distro packages will very likely solve
> most of his problems.
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