From: websrvr (no email)
Date: Wed May 18 2005 - 12:48:19 EDT
Winston, I think you aren't grasping the concept of what is being
done here or if you have then you have something configured I don't
You're e-mail implies you have fixed the libsasl2.2.dylib/libsql.so
issue, added mysql to postfix and have virtual users (users who do
not have local accounts) so I'd like the following files form you
/etc/postfix (the entire folder)
any other configuration file related to making it work.
On May 18, 2005, at 12:34 PM, Winston Ford wrote:
> cyrus imap is what handles 'reading' or incoming mail. look in
> /var/log/mail.log for details. if using mail.app, try adding
> domain to username in account prefs
> you can also use telnet to get around mail client anomalies
> another alternative is to use cyrus-sasl lib with courier imap's
> authdaemon. note: i have yet to get my solution to work w/ outlook.
> On May 18, 2005, at 12:09 PM, websrvr wrote:
>> My OS is Mac OS X Server 10.3.9 and Mac OS X Server 10.4.0.
>> The following software is being utilized.
>> postfix v2.1.5
>> cyrus-sasl v2.1.18 (Apple calls it passwordserver_sasl-59.2)
>> Cyrus-IMAP v2.2.12
>> I've been on a painstaking voyage to get the supplied software to
>> play nice with mysql so I can have virtual user e-mail without
>> local accounts and I'm really close.
>> I've got postfix working with mysql so I can receive e-mail for
>> virtual users and I can manage virtual users with postfixadmin
>> (php script based).
>> I've fixed the bug/error in passwordserver_sasl59.2 (this is cyrus-
>> sasl 2.1.18) so the libsql.so plugin now works.
>> I've made the required changes in main.cf and master.cf and added
>> smtpd.conf file with the appropriate contents and virtual users
>> can authenticate when sending e-mail outside the network without
>> any problem.
>> What I can't seem to get working is authentication to retrieve e-
>> mail to read.
>> Anyone on this list familiar with Mac OSX have this working?
>> An additional questions come to mind, after cyrus-imap
>> authenticates the user to retrieve e-mail, is it postfix that
>> hands the e-mail to the user or is it cyrus-imap?
>> -- Dale