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name: examples/public-inbox-imapd.socket 	 # note: path name is non-authoritative(*)

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# ==> /etc/systemd/system/public-inbox-imapd.socket <==
# This contains 5 sockets for an public-inbox-imapd instance.
# The TCP ports are well-known ports registered in /etc/services.
# The /run/imapd.onion.sock entry is meant for the Tor hidden service
# enabled by the following line in the torrc(5) file:
#   HiddenServicePort 143 unix:/run/imapd.onion.sock
[Unit]
Description = public-inbox-imapd sockets

[Socket]
ListenStream = 0.0.0.0:143
ListenStream = 0.0.0.0:993
ListenStream = /run/imapd.onion.sock

# Separating IPv4 from IPv6 listeners makes for nicer output
# of IPv4 addresses in various reporting/monitoring tools
BindIPv6Only = ipv6-only
ListenStream = [::]:143
ListenStream = [::]:993

Service = public-inbox-imapd@1.service

[Install]
WantedBy = sockets.target

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