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SSL imap (imaps) not enabled after upgrade

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by yenne, Jun 12, 2008.

  1. yenne

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    I just upgraded cPanel from 11.18.1-S20683 to 11.18.6-S24739 today, and now the server is no longer configured to accept connections for imaps (ssl imap, port 993). Regular imap on port 143 still works fine.

    Pop3 still works for non-ssl and ssl, but it's interesting to note that the pop3 services are started through init (/etc/init.d/cpanel) but the imap services are handled through xinetd (/etc/xinetd.d/cpimap). There is no configuration file for cpimaps, so I tried to create one in a couple different ways.

    First I just copied cpimap to cpimaps and changed the service name, but this causes the imapd to fail with the error "imapd[1265]: This server does not support SSL" in maillog.

    Next I tried setting up stunnel to redirect to localhost:143, but the imapd daemon is unresponsive with this configuration.

    The "Courier Configuration" menu item in WHM seems to indicate that imap should be supported in both normal and ssl forms, so I'm stymied as to what I should try next.

    Thanks!
     
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    What would be awesome is if anyone at the latest version who has imaps (port 993) functioning could tell me how the service is getting started on their machine. At least then I know where to look.
     
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