johnm at advocap.org
Tue Mar 7 14:30:39 EST 2006
Igor Brezac wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Mar 2006, John McMonagle wrote:
>> Using saslauth for both imap and controlling relaying.
>> The following does work but as I don't really understand saslauth that
>> well figure it's best to check if I got it right before putting it
>> on line.
>> Does this look right?
>> ldap_servers: ldaps://fonldap.advocap.org ldaps://mstldap.advocap.org
>> ldap_version: 3
>> ldap_timeout: 10
>> ldap_time_limit: 10
>> ldap_cache_ttl: 30
>> ldap_cache_mem: 32768
> The above three params do not exist. For saslauthd caching see the
> man pages (-c)
>> ldap_scope: sub
>> ldap_search_base: dc=advocap,dc=org
>> ldap_auth_method: bind
>> #ldap_filter: maildrop=%u
This is sasl 2.1.19 Debian Sarge.
The only man page I see is for saslauthd.
The section on ldap refers to file LDAP_SASLAUTHD by you :-)
Ok I'll try -c.
While I'm at it, I understand one can set acl of folders based on groups.
Hope to be able to get my groups from ldap without going through
Is it possible to pull group information in via saslauthd?
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