Re: change default mailbox names

From: Ken Murchison (no email)
Date: Thu Apr 21 2005 - 09:58:51 EDT

  • Next message: Simon Matter: "Re: Mailbox access control with ldap for group"

    Nick Trenary wrote:
    > At 03:20 PM 4/20/2005, Derrick J Brashear wrote:
    >> On Wed, 20 Apr 2005, Nick Trenary wrote:
    >>>> There answer may be "no" but unless you give an example of what you
    >>>> mean it's hard to know what you're really asking for.
    >>> The default mailbox names created are Inbox, Deleted Messages,
    >>> Drafts, and Sent Messages. I want to shorten the names to something
    >>> like Inbox, Trash, Drafts and Out(box) respectively if I can.
    >> inbox is a synonym for user.(you).
    >> the rest are presumably being created by the client. if you want the
    >> client to create something else, well, you need to pervert the client
    >> to do so. what client?
    > I don't think so. I created to users, I logged in initially as user1 in
    > Eudora and user2 in Squirrelmail. Both had the same folder names
    > created. That leads me to believe it is in cyrus somewhere. My
    > imapd.conf doesn't mention the mailbox names anywhere.

    Nope. As one of the maintainers of Cyrus, I'll repeat what others have
    told you. An unmodified Cyrus server does NOT create any mailboxes on
    its own. An admin has to create the INBOX (user.<userid>) and any other
    mailboxes are usually created by the client (either explicitly or
    implicitly by the user).

    There is an "autocreate" patch for Cyrus floating around which can be
    configured to create additional mailboxes when an admin creates an
    INBOX. You might want to see if your source/distro has been patched.

    Kenneth Murchison     Oceana Matrix Ltd.
    Software Engineer     21 Princeton Place
    716-662-8973 x26      Orchard Park, NY 14127
    --PGP Public Key--
    Cyrus Home Page:
    Cyrus Wiki/FAQ:
    List Archives/Info:

  • Next message: Simon Matter: "Re: Mailbox access control with ldap for group"

    Hosted Email Solutions

    Invaluement Anti-Spam DNSBLs

    Powered By FreeBSD   Powered By FreeBSD