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Re: [SOGo] Format for the IMAPHostFieldName and SieveHostFieldName parameters


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  • From: Thibault Le Meur < >
  • To: " " < >
  • Cc: " " < >
  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] Format for the IMAPHostFieldName and SieveHostFieldName parameters
  • Date: Mon, 1 Apr 2013 20:06:06 +0200

Thanks for the Answer Francis, but m'y question was about the
IMAPHostFieldName and SieveHostFieldName parameters not the SOGoIMAPServer
and SOGoSieveServer parameters which are clearly explained In the
documentation.

Thibault

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Le 1 avr. 2013 à 14:13, Francis Lachapelle
< >
a écrit :

> On 2013-03-29, at 12:41 PM, Thibault Le Meur
> < >
> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> I'd like to know if the IMAPHostFieldName and SieveHostFieldName
>> parameters can take an URL as their value (instead of simply the DNS name
>> of the server).
>>
>> For instance, do they accept the same syntax as the SOGoIMAPServer and
>> SOGoSieveServer parameters ? Such as:
>> imaps://localhost:993
>> sieve://localhost:2000/?tls=YES
>
>
> Page 30 of the installation guide :
>
> SOGoIMAPServer
> Parameter used to set the DNS name or IP address of the IMAP server used
> by SOGo. You can also use SSL or TLS by providing a value using an URL,
> such as :
> • imaps://localhost:993
> • imaps://localhost:143/?tls=YES
>
> SOGoSieveServer
> Parameter used to set the DNS name or IP address of the Sieve
> (managesieve) server used by SOGo. You must use an URL such as:
> • sieve://localhost
> • sieve://localhost:2000
> • sieve://localhost:2000/?tls=YES
> Note that TLS is supported but SSL is not.
>
>
> Francis
>
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