shared mailboxes - all so present on the web - no light yet
Adam Tauno Williams
adam at morrison-ind.com
Wed Dec 13 10:48:36 EST 2006
> > I just created a shared mailbox where users can subscribe and post to
> > by addressing +shared at example.com mail gets delivered correctly. But
> > I'm trying to achieve that user+shared at example.com gets delivered to
> > this shared mailbox.
> I must admit that I don't fully understand what you want to achieve -
Maybe what you want is to set postuser in your imapd.conf.
For instance we have:
So shared+folder1@ gets sent to /folder1; under no user. or shared
+folderA.folderB gets sent to /folderA/folderB.
Sending to username+folderB looks for /user/username/folderB.
> because of that I can only give a generic hint: the most common
> problems are permissions. The delivery user must have Post ("p")
> permissions to the subfolder.
Yep. Anonymous needs p if you want to receive unauthenticated messages
to a folder.
> For user+shared at example.com that would be user/user/shared at example.com
> (or user.user.shared) - or INBOX.shared for the user.
> Shared mailboxes are
> You can also use sieve to redirect mails to shared at example.com or
> user at example.com to the folder or something similar. Most WEb
> interfaces are unable to filter the mailbox extension (thats what the
> "shared" in user+shared at exameple.com is called), though, so you'd
> probably want to create a dedicated user for that.
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