Dimitri, thanks for your reply,

Yes, I've checked that and many other links including the postfix ldap_table*( but none seem to get me there.

I installed iRedMail which FWIK has the only postfix+ldap+dovecot implementation I know, I tested it and it works like a charm, I'm upset because I really like the idea of implementing kerberos and OTP for ejabberd, osTicket(ldap), and the mail servers of course.

I don't know what's missing from these tutorials, but they all seem to be missing crucial steps, otherwise they'd just work I don't say they're bad, I appreciate the great job the authors did and want to contribute my findings to them but none seem to take me to a point where I can have a reliable system.

I have dovecot working and servers seem to be talking to each other but I just can't get auth to postfix to work nor email relaying not even to intra-domain addresses.

I'll re take this at a later day because I need to implement this solution, so for now I'll have to go with iRedMail, I've studied the virtual_*.conf files iRM uses and I see some stuff missing from all tutorials, so if I ever get time to play with this again I'll try to merge it into a single solution.

I hope someone on the list -- even the tutorial authors could comfim that this is indeed working, I don't care if I have to pay as this is a solution for a B.I.G co and we need a real reliable secure solution.


On 7/11/2014 3:07 PM, Dmitri Pal wrote:
On 07/11/2014 10:37 AM, Dave Gonzalez wrote:
Hello again everyone,

I know many topics drive much much more attention than others but after a month there's still no suitable way to setup Poastfix+FreeIPA apart from the non-working wiki entry?.



Have you looked at this?

Also what is not working?
If you need help you need to produce the output and show where things break for you. This is how people would be able to see where the issue is.
Without more details there will be crickets :-)

Thank you,
Dmitri Pal

Sr. Engineering Manager IdM portfolio
Red Hat, Inc.

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