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Binc IMAP is a well designed, modular IMAP server for Maildir

Binc IMAP is a well designed, modular IMAP server for Maildir. Its goals are to be secure, stable, and fast, yet flexible and easy to maintain.

For those familiar with qmail-pop3d, this IMAP server will be the natural choice. It is invoked similarily and uses checkpassword to authenticate.

Binc IMAP 1.2 is a Maildir only IMAP server (no traditional mbox support).

Binc IMAP compiles and runs on RedHat, Mandrake, SuSE and Debian Linux, OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Solaris/SunOS, Mac OS X, and more.

  • Read about Binc IMAP's project goals here.
  • Visit our FAQ.
  • Here's a link to the ChangeLog.
  • Binc IMAP's design is briefly explained here.

The latest stable release is 1.2.13 (July 21st 2005).

The latest development release is 1.3.4 (June 14th 2005).

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Binc IMAP v1.2 is a stable, production ready branch.

Please report bugs or build problems to the mailing list.

Note: Binc IMAP development has halted; it's unlikely that more releases will appear.

Life With Binc IMAP

Here are links to access information provided by the Binc IMAP community.

Features
  • Very easy to install and use
  • Implements IMAP4rev1
    • Fully compliant with rfc3501
    • Supports TLS and SSL. Can be configured to require SSL or TLS for authentication.
  • NFS safe
  • Crash safe
  • Can be used concurrently with any other POP or IMAP servers or other mailbox accessors.
  • Pluggable auth modules through the checkpassword interface. Visit http://www.qmail.org/ for checkpassword extensions for PAM, vpopmail, LDAP, etc..
  • Supports Maildir

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