SETACL and virtdomains
andrzej.kwiatkowski at gmail.com
Thu Sep 5 04:08:52 EDT 2013
Have you got a minute to think about my problem/question ?
W dniu 08.08.2013 02:10, Ken Murchison pisze:
> I'm on holiday at the moment. Give me another week to ponder this.
> Kenneth Murchison
> Principal Systems Software Engineer
> Carnegie Mellon University
> On Aug 7, 2013, at 7:47 PM, Bron Gondwana <brong at fastmail.fm> wrote:
>> On Wed, Aug 7, 2013, at 07:11 AM, Andrzej Kwiatkowski wrote:
>>> I'm using medium scale installation, with a lot clients domains, and
>>> mailboxex in mutliple domains.
>>> Now we want to add to clients functions of sharing mailboxes with some
>>> apps from Kolab.
>>> In docs i have found:
>>> * Domains are mutually exclusive - Users only have access to
>>> mailboxes within their own domain (intra-domain). The following
>>> example will not work: setacl user.jill at herdomain.com
>>> rick at hisdomain.com read.
>>> Is there any workaround ? Patch maybe ?
>>> TO share folder from user1 at domain.com to user2 at domain2.com in the same
>>> server ?
>> I'm afraid it's not possible in the general case without major name
>> mangling on the shared mailboxes, which is why we just don't allow it.
>> I have CC'd Ken, who might also have some ideas. Ken - do you see
>> super-strong reasons to enforce the "no sharing over domains? The
>> biggest issue I can see is unixhs being off by default - so you can't
>> share it as:
>> user.username at domain.com.subfolder
>> because of the dots.
>> user/username at domain.com/subfolder would work fine (you can already emulate
>> this by turning OFF virtdomains... as I discovered when people reported bugs
>> in it.
>> But best of all would be unixhs on and altnamespace, so it's:
>> Other Users/username at domain.com/...
>> The other alternative is to expose our internal structure even more, so people
>> But that will probably cause massive pain to clients.
>> Bron Gondwana
>> brong at fastmail.fm
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