Andrzej Adam Filip
anfi at xl.wp.pl
Mon Jun 19 15:58:01 EDT 2006
David Korpiewski <davidk at cs.umass.edu> writes:
> So I have this particularly stupid newbie question but don't seem to
> have a good answer yet:
> I've found that I have to create the mailboxes for my users before
> they can receive email. However, to create the mailboxes, I've had
> to log into cyradm and then run the "cm user.username" to make them.
> This is fine, except that I want to script this process. I'm sure
> other people have done it. We found a script that will do this, but
> we have to put a username and password for one of the cyrus admins in
> it, which makes the unix people around here uncomfortable. Other
> than using Kerberose for an authentication method to get into cyradm,
> is there any other way to create mailboxes?
Do you create cyrus mailboxes for *existing* OS accounts?
[ Wording of your question make me think it is quite likely ]
YES => consider using "autocreate" patch
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