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im for Debian
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Documents
=========

Manual pages in `nroff' source form was generated from source files
by `/usr/bin/pod2man'.

Other documents can be found in `/usr/share/doc/im'.

Config
======

Each command reads config the following order.

  `/etc/im/SiteConfig'  (for site-wide configuration,
                         not `/usr/local/lib/im/SiteConfig' as original)

  `~/.im/Config'        (for private configuration)

See also `/usr/share/doc/im/examples'.

RPOP
====

The RPOP feature is not supported, because perl-suid is going away
with Perl 5.12.

IPv6
====

If you want to use this package with IPv6, you should install the
`libsocket6-perl' package.

NoSync
======

`NoSync=no' is used by default.  It is a recommendable configuration.
The fsync system call is used on writing file.  (It's dangerous to use
`NoSync=yes' if your mail folders are on NFS.)

The number of the fsync system call is guessed on run time.  This
number differs on architectures and other operating systems.  If
you want to specify the number of the system call, set `FsyncNumber'
in your configuration file.

 -- Tatsuya Kinoshita <tats@debian.org>, Wed,  4 May 2011 19:25:42 +0900