On Fri, 12 Feb 2010 16:37:38 -0500, Paul Lesniewski
> On Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 12:00 PM, Michael A. Puls II
> <shadow2531@...> wrote:
>> On Fri, 12 Feb 2010 12:20:23 -0500, Paul Lesniewski
>> <paul@...> wrote:
>> 2. In Europe I believe, the [Gmail] folder will be [GoogleMail] instead.
>> And, some other folders might have different names depending on the
>> locale. I think Gmail's IMAP server supports the XLIST command exactly
>> this. But, you might not have to worry about that unless you're doing
>> something GMAIL-specific in the code.
> I think it's [Google Mail], but anyhow, thanks for the note - I think
> I saw XLIST mentioned before but I didn't pay much attention... but it
> could be something we could implement easily as an alternative if
> mentioned in the capabilities response.
>> 3. The Gmail IMAP and SMTP servers require ssl/tls, so it's not going to
>> work at all unless the SM server supports that, afaik.
> Yes. SquirrelMail's configtest script already warns the administrator
> about this if it's an issue. FWIW, you need at PHP 4.3.0 and the
> openssl extension compiled in.
>> 4. Once a month or so, the Gmail IMAP server will start sending system
>> failure codes when you try to select a folder and do other things. For
>> status "mailbox" (UIDNEXT UIDVALIDITY)
>> NO System Error (Failure)
>> Some IMAP clients choke on that. Not sure if SM would.
> Can't do anything about Gmail's problems.... :-)
Understood. It's just that I've seen it crash Thunderbird and freeze Opera
with 100% cpu usage. Just not sure how SM would handle that. Hopefully