On 4 Aug 2015 at 4:26, Watthanachai Kekhua via xmail wrote:
Dear XMail members,
Right now we use about XMail as MTA and we would like to use SMTP
authentication with ldap DB (openldap) .
And in the manual said about add username (email address ) + password in to
So we would like to ignore this kind of case due to security issue show
password field and then
We would like to point authentication method to our ldap server instead such
as integrate with cyrussasl something like this,
could you kindly guide us about setting configure on XMail to support ldap DB
Please do not hesitate to contact us , If you have any questions .
# Watthanachai KEKHUA (Golf)
# Operation And Maintenance Department (OAM)
# Tel: 02-2367227 Ext. 1624
# NTT Communications (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
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logged in as my general admin user:
bash-4.3$ ls -l /var/MailRoot/
ls: acv: Permission denied
ls: aliasdomain.tab: Permission denied
ls: userauth: Permission denied
ls: userdef.tab: Permission denied
bash-4.3$ ls -l /var/MailRoot/mailusers.tab
ls: /var/MailRoot/mailusers.tab: Permission denied
also maybe your security risk
enc-passwd is encrypted, eg: 0123456789abcdef
It's possible to add hooks to external utilities, eg: openssl,
spam-assassin. See xmail.txt.
I've not changed my config since around 2004 but xmail and
supporting programs are rebuilt fairly regularly, some along
with base OS, some with pkgsrc and a few, including xmail in
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