Local configurations file. This file has a similar structure to the
bincimap.conf file, and it can be set by each user to override both command line
arguments and the global configuration. It only works for a few
selected options, though.
This file contains a version number, and the
UIDVALIDITY values for the given mailbox.
This file contains a version number, and it stores the
UID values for each message, along with (optionally) some cached
bincimapd reads its configuration from the environment, as passed by bincimap-up. In addition, bincimapd reads the variable BINCIMAP_LOGIN which contains a message from bincimap-up with the tag and command used to authenticate, separated by a +. If the tag and command used to authenticate were "1 LOGIN", then BINCIMAP_LOGIN would be set to "LOGIN+1".
Note that it is essential that the authenticator invoked by bincimap-up does not clear the environment.
Copyright (C) 2002-2005 Andreas Aardal Hanssen
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multilog(8) supervise(8) tcpserver(1) bincimapd.conf(5) bincimap-up(1) xinetd(8) xinetd.conf(5)
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