how to create email@example.com as user login name?
sam.wun at authtec.net
Sun Oct 24 00:00:03 EDT 2004
Mike Nuss wrote:
> Adi Linden wrote:
>>> I have another solution to solve the problem, but not sure right or
>>> Since only user in default domain can't use domain name as their login
>>> name, I changed defaultdomain to "localhost".
>>> Now all other domains are treated as non-default domain.
>>> Surely all users in non-default domains are able to use fqdn login id
>>> (user at domain.com) for authentication.
>> If you comment out defaultdomain alltogether everyone has to use a fqdn
>> login. This is what I will be using.
> I seem to recall reading somewhere that cyrus could automatically
> determine which domain name to use based on the IP interface through
> which the user connects.
It doesn't make sense. If a uesr connected from Internet, its IP is a
public IP address that will/(will not) belong to any domain.
It should be authenticated against the user name(+domain name) that the
user enter in to the user name edit box.
> Is this true or did I just make it up? 'Cause that would be really
> really useful for me. (Though not yet, since I'm still having that
> "Permission denied" problem - come on guys, little help?)
> Mike Nuss
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