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How to set up dovecot

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This is the first time I am setting up dovecot. My OS is Fedora Core 2.

Please tell me how to setup dovecot (in detail). Please also tell me good links for the "how to" info.

Can dovecot run together with sendmail as POP3 and SMTP servers?

Thanks.
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Dovecot came with Fedora Core 2. It replaced the UW-IMAP. UW-IMAP has almost nothing to configure, but Dovecot has quite a few in the dovecot.conf file. Anyone has any idea how to set up the conf file?

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Here's the online documentation, guides, etc for Dovecot.   Enjoy!

http://dovecot.org/documentation.html

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I had checked that site, but the doc was too general and nothing specific for the configuration.
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