dwhite at olp.net
Wed Jun 27 17:26:28 EDT 2012
On 06/27/12 17:11 -0400, Rosenbaum, Larry M. wrote:
>I am currently running Cyrus IMAP 2.4.13-1.el6 on RHEL6. We currently have
>a bunch of IMAP user accounts that authenticate with plaintext+TLS using
>the system password data (saslauthd). We would like to add one POP3
>account that authenticates via APOP with no TLS (port 110) using the
>sasldb2 database. Ideally, we would also like the IMAP users to not be
>able to connect via POP. How should I set this up?
If you are not currently using POP3, then when you add it to cyrus.conf,
you can specify unique sasl settings for it in /etc/imapd.conf, such as:
#pop3_sasl_mech_list: (defaults to all mechanisms)
Where 'pop3' matches the name you provided to the service in cyrus.conf.
apop is a pseudo-authentication mechanism that is not specified in the
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