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Re: Mailserver with accounts seperated from unix-accounts

On Monday 24 September 2001 15:06, Erik Tews wrote:
> Hi
> I am currently setting up a debian-box for my school which
> should act as a mailserver too. I would like to have the
> mail-accounts seperated from the normal unix-accounts. Storing
> them in mysql or postgresql would be best, because I don't
> know much about ldap. But storing them in ldap would be ok
> too. So which software should I set up? I would like to use
> postfix as MTA. But combine it with which imap-server? I have
> often used cyrus which I like very much. I have installed
> courier too. So which solution is good documentated. Or has
> somebody a setup running with postfix and mysql/ldap? All
> accounts stored in a central seperated database is everything
> I need.

Don't see any documentation yet but I haven't downloaded the 
packages and looked at the example folders yet.  Maybe they have 
something in there.

Debian package search results

                          Package (size)
       postfix-ldap 0.0.20010808.SNAPSHOT-1   (22.7k) 
       LDAP map support for Postfix
       postfix-mysql 0.0.20010808.SNAPSHOT-1   (21.4k) 
       MYSQL map support for Postfix
       postfix-pcre 0.0.20010808.SNAPSHOT-1   (20.2k) 
       PCRE map support for Postfix


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