Re: [Evolution] Evolution and Lotus Domino servers?

It's easy to tell if IMAP is turned on, at the console type "show
tasks".  I'll go on the assumption that it _is_ turned on from here on

If you are using IMAP SSL with Domino, well, sacrifice your best goat to
the gods because you have achieved a feat greater than the creation of
the world.  Either way, telnet to the server's IP address with the
associated port number, 143 for IMAP and 993 for IMAP/SSL.

If you get disconnected or refused then IMAP is not working right.  If
it connects your settings are not correct in Evolution.

Let us know what you find and I'll continue from there.

I've been using Evolution with my Domino server for quite a while now
and can say that it works pretty well.  There are definitely other
servers that do IMAP faster but it works just fine.

Chris Tooley

On Mon, 2002-04-22 at 00:52, Not Zed wrote:
Has IMAP been enabled on the server?

I'm guessing here its an option, and it hasn't been turned on ...

On Mon, 2002-04-22 at 12:39, muppet wrote:

the ximian pages touting evolution allude to its ability to connect to 
lotus domino servers using imap.  i R'd TFM and the faq and a few 
months' worth of thread names and found no clues as to *how* to do that.

simply pointing evolution to my mail server's dns name didn't work 
("Connection refused" without SSL, "Operation in progress" with).

i am without clue.

any pointers?


more info:
from windoze i am shackled with notes R4.6.
i know the server name.
that's about it.

what do i need to know, where should i look, what can i read, what 
questions should i ask of the IT people, that sort of thing...

evolution maillist  -  evolution ximian com

evolution maillist  -  evolution ximian com

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