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Re: mail server with ldap authentication



	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...

	Jeremy

On Wed, Sep 04, 2002 at 09:43:11PM +0200, - = k o l i s k o = - wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> what is the best solution in debian distribution for using a openldap
> (or another ldap) and full mail server system.
> 
> I mean something like:
> 
> pop3, pop3+ssl
> imap, imap+ssl
> smtp, smtp+ssl
> 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! :-)
> 
> kolisko
> 
> 
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