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Greetings, I am running Courier IMAP and fetchmail on my Debian box to grab mail being delivered to my account(s) on my web host's server. I typically then connect to ...
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- 06-20-2005 #1
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all mail being re-delivered when machine is rebooted
I am running Courier IMAP and fetchmail on my Debian box to grab mail being delivered to my account(s) on my web host's server.
I typically then connect to it from Outlook on a WnXP box. Everything works fine with one exception:
Every time I reboot the Debian box, ALL of the mail still remaining on the web host's server is fetched and then displayed to me in Outlook.
I'm assuming there is some startup script somewhere to control this but I'm rather new to all this and don't really know where to begin looking.
Here is my fetchmailrc file in case that matters.
set postmaster "myUser" set bouncemail set no spambounce set properties "" set daemon 60 #set logfile "/home/myUser/fetchmail.log" poll mail.example.com uidl with proto POP3 user 'dave+example.com' there with password '******' is 'myUser' here options keep mda "/usr/bin/procmail -d myUser"