[CentOS] Cyrus firstname.lastname at domain
oliver at linux-kernel.at
Sun Oct 30 17:26:00 UTC 2005
Dave Hornford wrote:
> I'm converting an environment from mandrake to centos, and always try to
> use the applications standard on the distribution. This means a switch
> from courier to cyrus.
> A bit of reading uncovered a potential problem - the site uses
> firstname.lastname at domain, and I have come across references that Cyrus
> does not support this. I couldn't find this limitation in the Cyrus
> Is it true?
Hmm. Do you need it as >username<? You could create usernames as
firstname_lastname at domain and use the virtusertable to map
firstname.lastname at domain to the loginname using the '_'.
Another posibility would be to use LDAP... Harder...
And yet another posibility (taken from man imapd.conf):
Use the UNIX separator character '/' for delimiting levels of
mailbox hierarchy. The default is to use the netnews separator
I never tried it myself, but it should work fine...
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