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Re: Error when attempting to start inetd
- From: Chris Taylor <chris at equate dot dyndns dot org>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Cc: mjgrand at ifthensoftware dot net
- Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007 11:36:19 +0100
- Subject: Re: Error when attempting to start inetd
- References: <200413A161194616B5DF21949C2E5153@FAMILYROOM>
- Reply-to: cygwin at cygwin dot com
Michael Grand wrote:
René Berber wrote:
Probably your firewall is blocking any communication.
I have tried this with the firewall turned off, and I still cannot
connect. The port is in the allow list, so it should work anyways.
Would AVG or SpySweeper block the pop3 and imap ports? Exim appears to
work fine, and I rather doubt that the previously named programs would
not block smtp as well.
They tend to proxy incoming mail ports. If you happen to be running a
mailserver on localhost, this is usually going to break.
I don't get any log output from inetd, so this is strange (and TBird
and closing several connections all the time, imapd does send some
Almost all of those connections will be to AVG (though thunderbird will
not be aware of that).
I added -d (debugging) to the arguments list in the hopes that it would
yield further information on the problem.
Since I assume /usr/sbin/uw-imapd.exe does exist (no need to put the
have no idea what is wrong, perhaps "C:\Cygwin\bin" is not on your global
(Windows) PATH and the required libraries (.dll) can't be found.
PATH has "c:\cygwin\bin" in it.
In the user variables or system variables? (System Properties, Advanced,
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