NM Public wrote:
No it is not the Default directory i think it is the standard Maildir
directory but i use IMAP style directories not too sure why but read
they were better somewhere. this is why i call my directory IMAPdir.
Think they kinda screw with mozzilla as i always have problems
subscribing to sub folders.
On 10 Dec 2004 Computer King (maillist(_at_)computerking(_dot_)ca) wrote:
Binc IMAP 1.2.8 binc uses IMAPdir style mail
boxes and i have everything set up to for $HOME/IMAPdir.
I seem to be getting alot of errors in my pmlog like the ones below i
still get the mail OK but hate to see errors like this what should i
do to correct them.
cannot create /home/rmvg/IMAPdir//INBOX/: is a directory
cannot create /home/rmvg/IMAPdir//SB-Bulk/: is a directory
From skinnman(_at_)yahoo(_dot_)com Fri Dec 10 17:27:26 2004
Subject: test unable to inbox
Those double slashes probably mean that you have a trailing slash on
your MAILDIR variable setting -- don't do that! I recently updated my
Procmail Quick Start to try to make it clear how to set the MAILDIR
variable. I even use the <blink> tag! For details, see step #4 in this
Feedback is welcome!
PS - Is $HOME/IMAPdir the default for Binc IMAP? If so, I'll add that
information to the Quick Start.
I also read that i have to add a trialling / to my MAILDIR so that
procmail treats it as a Maildir or IMAPdir style directory. Is this not
true? Your directions are still very unclear about how to deal with
Maildir style mailboxes.
I am really getting sick of playing with / and just need a solid
explanation here is the same error without a trailing / on the MAILDIR
setting note there is no more double //
cannot create /home/maillist/IMAPdir/SB-Bulk/: is a directory
From skinnman(_at_)yahoo(_dot_)com Sat Dec 11 15:36:48 2004
Subject: test 1011
here are some of the settings in my .procmailrc file I still have
trailing / for my INBOX and all my SPAM related folders because i think
it is needed for Maildir style depots to work right?????????????/
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