First, why would I want to, when IMAP is so much better? Answer - because GSAK uses POP3, and I don't see an option to use IMAP.
And why do I want GSAK to be able to use POP3 on a Pi?
Because pocket queries result in an email to my server, which is on a Pi, and I want GSAK to be able to pick up the latest info from my PQs.
So. I installed Dovecot on the Pi. Dovecot does IMAP and POP3. Or so I thought.
"apt-get install dovecot-imapd" is how I install Dovecot. But that left POP3 non-working, and when you look at the install command, that shouldn't be a surprise. But I've not used POP3 on a Pi before, I've always used imap, and so that's the command I knew. And looking at the config files, it seemed to cater for POP3. But it didn't.
I looked all over the web using Google to see how to sort this out, and I tried lots of things. Eventually, in desperation, I went to "