proxy / Re: How to prime user calendars in Cyrus 3?
dilyan.palauzov at aegee.org
Sat May 6 14:22:40 EDT 2017
can't for this purpose the distinction between
authorization/authentication be solely used, e.g. as in the SASL LOGIN
So one provides distinct authcid and authzid, which implies the value of
the Authorize-As header,
On 05/04/2017 07:16 PM, Ken Murchison wrote:
> Hi Nic,
> Try adding the following header to your authenticated (as admin) requests:
> Authorize-As: <userid>
> This *should* allow the admin to proxy as the specified user. There
> currently isn't any standard for proxy auth in HTTP, so I manufactured
> by own header to do so. This is how a frontend server in a Murder
> proxies requests to the backend as the given user.
> On 05/04/2017 12:00 PM, Nic Bernstein wrote:
>> I'm back to the project of trying to migrate my own Cal/CardDav users
>> from DaviCal to Cyrus 3. Problem I'm faced with is that other than
>> myself, my users do not have #calendars or #addressbooks in the Cyrus
>> mail store. Thus my migration script fails, as destination
>> collections do not exist.
>> I do have "|caldav_create_default:| 1" set, but when pointing a
>> browser to "http://newjiji:8008/dav/calendars/user/<userid>" for users
>> who don't already have the collections created, I get a 404 error
>> "Mailbox does not exist."
>> So my question is, how does one get these users primed? My migration
>> scripts use the administrative user to connect and perform the work,
>> so such connection is not happening as the user themselves. If my
>> only recourse is to make each user connect a calendar client, then
>> I'll do that, but I don't think that scales well.
>> My concern here is dealing with sites which, like our own, have
>> already deployed a CalDav solution and are looking to migrate to the
>> inbuilt solution on Cyrus.
>> Any thoughts?
>> Nic Bernstein nic at onlight.com
>> Onlight, Inc. www.onlight.com
>> 6525 W Bluemound Road, Suite 24 v. 414.272.4477
>> Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53213-4073
> Kenneth Murchison
> Principal Systems Software Engineer
> Carnegie Mellon University
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