How can I make courier-imap service start on boot or be part of xinetd?

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The following article is not an officially supported procedure from Red Hat technical support. However, it is provided for you to use as you see fit.

If you have another IMAP server installed, make sure it is stopped and disabled from starting on boot. For example, if UW-IMAP is still installed, then you need to remove or rename the /etc/xinetd.d/imap and imaps files an...

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