Carlos E. R. wrote:
On 2013-11-27 04:40, James Knott wrote:
James Knott wrote:
There was a 2nd profile on that bugzilla report.
Installing that has it
Looks like I spoke to soon. Only my Inbox is available. None of
other folders work.
Apparmour blocks are logged, so you can spot them and know
there is a
problem. But they are not logged by the application that has problems.
You have to look both in the mail log, the messages log, ah! and the
apparmor log if it exists. Linux has logs, use them.
You say you upgraded. Was that a real upgrade, or did you install fresh
to the same partition? I say this because in the second case you have to
generate a certificate.
There were a couple of issues. I had to use my previous dovecot.conf.
Also, apparmor was blocking it. I have it running now by putting
apparmor in complain mode for dovecot. I checked messages and nothing
there regarding apparmor and there's nothing in /var/log/apparmor.
The problem is described in bugzilla.
BTW, I don't understand how this could be so fscked up. Didn't someone
test this? Years ago, I used to work on the team that developed
standard desktop systems for employees at IBM Canada. I was responsible
for several apps on OS/2 and Windows as well as the OS/2 operating
system. I would have been fired for such incompetence.
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