Re: mail server with ldap authentication
What you describe is just what I'm starting to set up but with exim in
place of sendmail. Can you point to any documentation or configuration
information that will help.
On Wednesday, September 4, 2002, at 03:48 PM, Jeremy T. Bouse wrote:
I've been using Sendmail, OpenLDAP and any POP3/IMAP server
that supports PAM authentication along with pam-ldap and libnss-ldap to
have all accounts maintained in LDAP for the past three years... No
where in the /etc/passwd file will you find any user account on any of
my machines... But the mail gets through and they can authenticate for
relaying mail when off-network...
On Wed, Sep 04, 2002 at 09:43:11PM +0200, - = k o l i s k o = - wrote:
what is the best solution in debian distribution for using a openldap
(or another ldap) and full mail server system.
I mean something like:
web mail interface
web admin tools
virtual domains (something like vpopmail)
central ldap authentication
is possible to use this configuration in binary .deb format, or is
needetd to compile software.
I am still using qmail, but I think that it dont have a support of ldap
auth in debian.
courier system look that it have a ldap support, but i dont know if it
support virtual domains like vpopmail for qmail.
Thank You for help! :-)
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