CYRUS = GARBAGE
eddie at omegaware.com
Mon Feb 2 19:53:47 EST 2004
That's not correct.. You can use mysql and have accounts automatically
If you install the autocreate patches..
You can have account automatically created when the user first logs in
and a quota set (a default quota is a prerequisite for auto-creation of
accounts with the patch)..
Plus you don't have to use the command line cyradm to remove accounts..
You can use many of the frontends available or write one yourself..
If you are handy with PHP you can goto my website
http://urklesphp.sf.net/ and download my PHP class for accessing a cyrus
imap server and administering accounts..
On Mon, 2004-02-02 at 18:20, David Grant wrote:
> I've been working with Garbage-2.2.3 for almost two weeks now, based on some
> lame programmer etiquette I've searched the net for howto and tutorials and
> found stuff I thought would work before I sent mailling lists question after
> Now I'm down to the last tiny little thing, and I found out Garbage won't
> work, thanks to the mailling lists. Apparently, you CANNOT use mysql to
> retain email address data and add and drop email accounts.
> You must use cyradm to add and drop user and their mailboxes? There is no
> other way around this, and there is no way to get a database to do this work
> for me?
> I'm sick of this Garbage. I never should have wasted my time with Garbage
> from CMU!
> David Grant - Genuinely impatient
Edward Rudd <eddie at omegaware.com>
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