Auth method by domain
tarjei at nu.no
Thu May 6 16:23:58 EDT 2004
On Wed, 2004-05-05 at 22:07, Rob Siemborski wrote:
> On Wed, 5 May 2004, Morten Dreier wrote:
> > With cyrus - is it possible to use different auth method in different
> > domains?
> > Lets say that one domain uses postgres auth while an other domain uses
> > ldap - is this possible?
> Per-domain configuration options aren't currently possible, no. This
> mostly has to do with how the configuration system is architected (It'd
> probably be some amount of work to make this efficient).
Well, there is a way around this:
As long as each domain has it's own ip-adress, you can set up multiple
instances of imapd with different config files and thus different
auth-configurations using the -C configurationparameter in cyrus.conf.
localimap cmd="imapd -C /etc/imapd.conf.local" listen=localhost:imap
This is what I use to provide plaintextlogins for webmail while
demanding tls or digest-md5 for everyone else.
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