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Okay I'll try to explain this in full, please read entire post.
Do not ask me to contact technical support, since I'm on a unmanaged server where technical support costs 70$ USD..
I'm using cPanel on Cent OS 4
Imap wont start
when restarting it says:
"inetd has failed, please contact the sysadmin. "
Horde and Squirrelmail does not work. Horde says:
"Notice: (null)(): Connection failed to localhost,143: Connection refused (errflg=2) in Unknown on line 0"
Soo.. I thought this might be a port problem (143) in my firewall (APF) , i checket the TCP ports and 143 was listed correctly.
I then uninstalled APF, flushed iptables, reinstalled iptables, and of course restarted the server and everything again.
But still nothing..
Does anyone have a clue what this is?
I have tried /scripts/fixeverything without any luck
I have a feeling this can have something to do with /etc/resolv.conf but as far as I can see the nameservers are setup correctly.
My resolv.conf says:
(mydnsip1 and 2 is of course the correct ip adresses for my nameservers) It it something else in resolv.conf I should be aware of?
I need to fix this fast, the problem is that I have alot of programs/ scripts running that cannot send emails, and I'm rather frustrated.
Okay. I'm one step closer:
cp -f /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/bin/imapd /usr/sbin/imapd
restarted the inetd okay, but Imap still does not work, i tried changing the
I tried the following:
Change the line server = imapd into
server = /usr/sbin/imapd
that did not work either
This however got my Squirrelmail working, but Horde still have a problem.
Okay here is what I did. .. ( read the above post )
After doing that I rebuild Apache with imap, stopped xinetd and restarted it.
then I had to wait a few minutes. Now Imap is up and running! Hooray!
I hope this little internal talking to myself can help someone else out later on