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[farmshare-discuss] Alpine on Farmshare
jmcdermo at stanford.edu
Tue Feb 13 08:51:42 PST 2018
Thank you, everyone, for the help! Since my .pinerc file is and has been the way it has been related by folks, and how it is displayed on the FarmShare Wiki, this tells me there's something else going on that's at fault. I'll continue working on it.
Thank you again!!
Computer Information Systems Analyst
Stanford | University IT
Encina Hall | 616 Serra St, Rm 30 | Stanford, CA 94305-4140
jmcdermo at stanford.edu | 650.721.2064
On 2/12/18, 17:12, "farmshare-discuss on behalf of waterdog" <farmshare-discuss-bounces at lists.stanford.edu on behalf of hydrobay at stanford.edu> wrote:
I've only ever used alpine (and just pine before that). I did
issue when the switch was made of Office 365. Fixing it required
setting the inbox path in the .pinerc file. Mine is now:
There was also an issue with dual authentication for a while, but, that
got sorted out. Apline will ask you for your password again before making
the connection to the Office 365 system.
On Mon, 12 Feb 2018, Jonathan McDermott wrote:
> We have a couple of users who are trying to use Alpine on the old, legacy FarmShare system (cardinal). In trying to duplicate their issues, we are finding a situation where these instructions
> aren't working. Alpine continues to seek pobox.stanford.edu, even with .pinerc edited. If instead we configure alpine with the in-client configuration, it asks for the SUNetID username and password, but declines the password. I recall we could once make app passwords for other clients to access email, but this seems to have been removed.
> Does anyone on the list use Alpine, and is it still actually able to connect to Office 365? Thank you!
> Jonathan McDermott
> Computer Information Systems Analyst
> Stanford | University IT
> Encina Hall | 616 Serra St, Rm 30 | Stanford, CA 94305-4140
> jmcdermo at stanford.edu | 650.721.2064
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