username with '@' : works but weird...
joel at carnat.net
Wed Feb 15 10:04:25 EST 2006
I want my user to log with their email addresse (eg, jo at here.com).
All my users are stored in LDAP (OpenLDAP) -
"mail=jo at here.com,ou=...,dc=here,dc=com".
It's working - aka I can authenticate a real user.
But, as the "admins: cyrus", I have to have an LDAP entry set like
"mail=cyrus@,dc=here,dc=com" with the password. This looks not nice to
me so I think maybe my whole cyrus conf is not clean - working but not
the "right" way.
To have a working conf, I did :
# egrep -v '^$|^#' /etc/default/saslauthd
# cat /etc/saslauthd.conf
# egrep -v '^$|^#' /etc/imapd.conf
If I set :
what I want to end with is:
1. as much as possible in LDAP
2. loggin with user at domain.tld
3. most of the email will be user at here.com
4. cyrus admin be "cyrus" (or whatever that does not look like a email
address. using "ldap_filter: (|(mail=%U@%d)(ou=%U))" does what I want
although I'm nearly sure it's not "the clean way" to go.
seems to make sense ?
what's the part of my conf to modify ?
thanks for help,
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