cyrus imap proxy?
Patrick H Radtke
phr2101 at columbia.edu
Sat Oct 8 07:45:43 EDT 2005
One possibility is for you to setup a murder configuration.
In such a setup, your 2 current machines would be backends, and the
machine with global ip would be the frontend/murder master.
Users would connect to the frontend and it would proxy the connection to
On Sat, 8 Oct 2005, Mark Hannessen wrote:
> hi list,
> In our network we are currently running two Cyrus imap servers in our local
> imap.nperfection.com on 10.4.8.1
> imap.khadgarsrage.com on 10.4.8.2
> these two where made available to the internet using webmail.
> now I would like imap itself to be available to the internet as well.
> but I only have one internet ip.
> for various reasons I cannot merge both servers into one server. (mainly
> because of internal policy)
> now I thought perhaps it would be possible to do this through some sort of
> proxy, but I haven't found any information about this.
> does anyone know if such a thing is doable?
> Mark Hannessen
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