jsabatke at execpc.com
Sun May 9 17:07:58 EDT 2004
Andreas Winkelmann wrote:
>Am Sonntag, 9. Mai 2004 21:50 schrieb Jim Sabatke:
>>I'm running posfix/cyrus/mysql on SuSE 9.0.
>>I can't connect to an account where the user name is not also a UNIX
>>user (in /etc/passwd). This is driving me nuts. If I create a UNIX
>>user, the authentication works fine. I deleted the user and now I get
>>May 8 16:58:52 yoda imapd: Login disabled user=farmerg
>>auth=farmerg host=ripley.kitty.cat [192.168.0.98]
>Because Suse uses as default saslauthd with pam as backend. This is configured
>in /etc/imapd.conf as "sasl_pwcheck_method: saslauthd".
>Where do you want your user-accounts instead?
I want to have cyrus user accounts where no system user exists. Is that
possible? The reason is, I have a number of cyrus accounts for the same
I need to do this because different accounts have different user email
addresses for sending. If an email client could have different
send-from addresses based on folder, then this wouldn't be an issue,
however Mozilla doesn't do this, and I don't know of a client that does.
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