Re: Virtual Domains Email: How do you do it?
Thursday, June 28, 2001, 4:42:46 PM, you wrote:
>> If you apply Dave Fuchs' patch to make a '.' a valid character (but making '/'
>> and invalid one), then that becomes a valid Cyrus username. Search the Cyrus
>> IMAP mailing list archives for it. He sent it out for 2.0.14 some time last
>> week when I requested it (but I don't have it on me here) :)
HD> So using that patch makes the "." part of a valid username. What do I do
HD> about the '@' in the email address?
AFAIK, the '@' is already a valid character in the Cyrus mailbox namespace.
"Taken from an email to the cyrus list:
cyrus-imapd-2.0.12 - imap/mboxname.c - line #187:
I believe this is what you're looking for...
#define GOODCHARS "
Technically, the '.' is already a legal character in mailbox names, but it does
something funky (I don't recall quite what it is/was), but the patch curbs that
HD> Thanks a lot (especially for answering so fast)
Np. I've been doing a lot of research into this lately. You caught me at a
good time ;)
Btw, I have to agree with the LDAP recommendation.