igor at ipass.net
Sat Nov 26 22:07:20 EST 2005
On Sat, 26 Nov 2005, Bill Kearney wrote:
> The docs for /etc/imapd.conf read:
> virtdomains: off
> Enable virtual domain support. If enabled, the userâs domain
> will be determined by splitting a fully qualified userid at the last '@â'
> or '%' symbol. If the userid is unqualified, and the
> virtdomains option is set to "on", then the domain will be determined 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
> Allowed values: off, userid, on
> What actions does the "userid" value trigger? In testing I can't see that
> it does anything. Are the docs correct?
It is not going to try to qualify unqualified usernames.
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