cyradm not work from remote machine
Andrew B. PAnphiloff
andrew at panfilov.org.ru
Tue Mar 1 06:33:47 EST 2005
The problem solved, cyrus don't resolve incoming interface if
virtdomains set to userid.
Andrew B. PAnphiloff wrote:
> When I try use cyradm from localhost all works fine.
> I type "cyradm --user=cyrus localhost" and can list/create/delete
> but when I change localhost to domain.tld works only authentication, I
> even list mailboxes!
> from man imapd.conf:
> virtdomains: off
> Enable virtual domain support. If enabled, the user's
> domain will be determined by splitting a fully qualified userid at the
> last '@' or '%' symbol. If the userid is unqualified, and
> the virtdomains option is set to "on", then the domain will be deter-
> mined by doing a reverse lookup on the IP address of the
> incoming network interface, otherwise the user is assumed to be in the
> default domain (if set).
> So, if I write to /etc/hosts:
> 127.0.0.1 localhost
> <my ip> localhost
> cyradm works fine, but I don't want resolve my ip address as localhost :)
> How can I change this behaviour of cyrus ?
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