postuser doesn't work?
diego at woitasen.com.ar
Tue May 4 19:18:04 EDT 2010
2010/5/4 Reinaldo de Carvalho <reinaldoc at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, May 4, 2010 at 6:27 PM, Diego Woitasen <diego at woitasen.com.ar> wrote:
>> I've created a shared folder in my Cyrus server and I want to enable
>> message posting using LMTP to that folder. My configuration has
>> "postuser: kolab" and the folder has post permission enabled for kolab
> Commonly LMTP isn't authenticated connection, so you must set post
> permission to everyone (anyone).
>> This is not working. The only way that I got this working in
>> setting "anyone p" permission. As I understand the kolab user should
>> be used to post messages if I have "postuser: kolab" in imapd.conf.
> postuser is a prefix to shared folders, so you need sent email to
> kolab+sharedfoldername at example.com. postuser isn't authentication
> dependent, acl is.
>> Also I tried with "postman p" permission but nothing.
>> Any ideas?
> Reinaldo de Carvalho
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ok. Any security issue about setting "anyone p" on shared folders. I
think no but let me know if I am wrong.
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