no global admin with virtual domains? [was Re: saslpasswd and
former03 | Baltasar Cevc
baltasar.cevc at former03.de
Mon May 15 03:26:47 EDT 2006
On 15.05.2006, at 08:49, Rudy Gevaert wrote:
> mitrohin a.s. wrote:
>> defaultdomain always is removed from username. imho, sasl routines
>> use hostname as realm for this case.
> Sadly If I set the default domain to the hostname from the machine and
> add the user 'cyrus' with saslpasswd it can't login yet.
> jura:/mail/mail1# cat etc/imapd.conf:
> defaultdomain: jura
> admins: cyrus at mail.ugent.be cyrus
The first address would be the virtual domain admin of mail.ugent.be,
the second is a global admin - you have to set a SASL secret for
cyrus@<servername>. In case your servername is mail.ugent.be you should
delete the first entry.
I haven't completely undestood the domain conversions, however, if I'm
not misunderstood, defaultdomain has only one function: to be replaced
by the servername - meaning that in your example if you try to login as
user1 at jura, you'd end up with the same result as user1 at mail.ugent.be
(supposing that that's your servername).
Hope that helps,
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