ACL for pop-only ?
m.c.p at gmx.net
Fri Oct 15 17:11:39 EDT 2004
On Friday 15 October 2004 22:46, Christiaan den Besten wrote:
> > IMHO, the "proper" way to do this is to have some form of directory,
> > ldap, hesiod, ( or whatever ) track whether or not a user has a POP
> > or IMAP account. The server then behaves accordingly. This isn't built
> > into cyrus though, or wasn't last time I looked. That has been awhile.
> Yes, and it would not be my choice either ... call it strange management
> from above ;)
> Would it be hard to implement a 'not allowed to create subfolder' acl flag
> into cyrus. I could even look into it myself, but beeing a newby cyrus
> admin I do not yet have enough historical background to know if this
> would/could break any 'standards' ?
err, and what's up with flag c?
"specifies create access, which allows you to create new submailboxes of the
Simply sam the stuff with -c :)
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