Pop3Aggregation Wiki Page

Ross Peoples ubuntu.ross.peoples at gmail.com
Sat Jan 12 15:35:04 UTC 2008

Hi Phil,

I made the listed changes and hopefully I made them correctly. As for
the correctness of information itself, I haven't actually followed the
procedure step-by-step, as it was written after I had gotten this to
work on a production machine. However, I do plan to install Hardy in a
VM and try it out to see if everything is the same from Dapper to Hardy
because I know that compatibility is a big issue for LTS upgrades.


Phil Bull wrote:
> Hi Ross,
> On Fri, 2008-01-11 at 23:21 -0500, Ross Peoples wrote:
>> I just added a page to the wiki that describes the process of installing
>> an IMAP server for the purpose of downloading POP3 accounts, so that you
>> can access your email from the IMAP server. This allows multiple
>> computers to share the same emails.
>> If someone could look over it and give me some input on it, that would
>> be great. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Pop3Aggregator
> I've moved the page to the Help wiki [1], as per Matt East's email.
> The content of the page looks good, although I can't comment on its
> correctness as I don't know enough about the subject matter. Here are a
> few suggestions regarding the structure/formatting:
>  * Avoid repeating the page title with a section heading (see "Section
> heading directly under the page title" [2])
>  * Add a table of contents to aid navigation
>  * Use numbered lists rather than bulleted lists for procedures (see
> "Incorrect list formatting" [2])
>  * Use different formatting for filenames so they are easier to pick-out
> of the text (see "Inconsistent GUI item formatting" [2])
>  * Add appropriate category tags (in this case, only
> CategoryNeedsExpansion is required)
> Other than those few minor issues, it looks pretty good. Nice work!
> Thanks,
> Phil
> [1] - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/POP3Aggregator
> [2] - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DocumentationTeam/WikiCleanup

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