On Wed, Jul 25, 2001 at 11:57:20AM +0200, Griffiths, Jon wrote:
Making it a maildrop configure option would be one solution.
This is what I'm requesting.
It might also be appropriate to approach these 'people' to include
the relevant rules for the default configurations of the MTA.
The problem is that I have to manage _TWO_ user lists then. One (userdb)
for maildrop/Courier-IMAP, and a generated one for the MTA. That sucks
rocks. There should be only _one_ source for user info. I guess Courier
(the MTA) doesn't have that problem as it eventually integrates into
authdaemon. But other MTAs don't.
Others can do that.
For example I use postfix that looks in my MySQL auth database and courier
that the same tables as postfix for authentication thru authmysql.
But you can do the same with LDAP too on other MTAs...
So you have _one_ source for user info.
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