Ralph Ballier | 1 Sep 07:54 2010
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Re: dbmail-imapd:

Harald,

thanks for your hints. But see below...
 
----------------ursprüngliche Nachricht-----------------
Von: "Reindl Harald" h.reindl <at> thelounge.net
An: "DBMail mailinglist" dbmail <at> dbmail.org
Datum: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 22:58:41 +0200
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> It is, globally or for every single service
> 
> [.......]
> 
> [IMAP]
> BINDIP = 127.0.0.1
> PORT = 143
> TIMEOUT = 1800
> IDLE_TIMEOUT = 1800
> MAXCHILDREN = 250
> NCHILDREN = 10
> MINSPARECHILDREN = 5
> MAXSPARECHILDREN = 15
> IMAP_BEFORE_SMTP = no
> BANNER = IMAP-Service

In /etc/imapproxyd.conf you find this lines:

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Paul J Stevens | 1 Sep 09:19 2010
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DBMail 2.2.17 released


Hi all,

I've just uploaded dbmail 2.2.17, the latest production release.

Changes:

    * 0000857: [General] using bind=* will crash on accept
    * 0000851: [IMAP daemon] Slow IMAP results and high CPU usage when
      message_idnr is very big
    * 0000852: [IMAP daemon] IMAPD uses 100% CPU if some file was
      attached to mail
    * 0000849: [IMAP daemon] imap daemon sends ')\r\n' after message
    * [IMAP daemon] add IMAP-ID capability

Changelog:

http://git.dbmail.eu/cgit/cgit.cgi/paul/dbmail/log/?id=v2.2.17

Download:

http://git.dbmail.eu/cgit/cgit.cgi/paul/dbmail/snapshot/dbmail-2.2.17.tar.bz2

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Paul J Stevens | 1 Sep 10:05 2010
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Re: dbmail-imapd:

On 09/01/2010 07:54 AM, Ralph Ballier wrote:
> Harald,
> 
> thanks for your hints. But see below...
>  
> ----------------ursprüngliche Nachricht-----------------
> Von: "Reindl Harald" h.reindl <at> thelounge.net
> An: "DBMail mailinglist" dbmail <at> dbmail.org
> Datum: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 22:58:41 +0200
> -------------------------------------------------
>  
>  
>> It is, globally or for every single service
>>
>> [.......]
>>
>> [IMAP]
>> BINDIP = 127.0.0.1
>> PORT = 143
>> TIMEOUT = 1800
>> IDLE_TIMEOUT = 1800
>> MAXCHILDREN = 250
>> NCHILDREN = 10
>> MINSPARECHILDREN = 5
>> MAXSPARECHILDREN = 15
>> IMAP_BEFORE_SMTP = no
>> BANNER = IMAP-Service
> 
> In /etc/imapproxyd.conf you find this lines:
> 
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Reindl Harald | 1 Sep 14:19 2010
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2.2.17: Autoreply has RCPT twice

Hi

I am not sure if this is introduced in 2.2.17 or before
The RCPT is visible two times

On the same server i get the mail only one time
But cab it be that external servers have to mails in the inbox?
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Michael Monnerie | 14 Sep 13:36 2010
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Sieve "redirect" or workaround

It seems sieve "redirect" to another e-mail address is not supported in 
dbmail 2.2. I guess it won't be, so has someone got an idea how to 
implement a rule like

if header :contains "From" [" <at> important" ] {
   redirect 'other <at> address';
   keep;
}

in postfix for a single recipient? So I want the mail to be delivered 
locally, plus sent to another address, based on sender, but just for a 
single mailbox. Would be easy with sieve "redirect" support.

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Jorge Bastos | 14 Sep 13:50 2010
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Re: Sieve "redirect" or workaround

> It seems sieve "redirect" to another e-mail address is not supported in
> dbmail 2.2. I guess it won't be, so has someone got an idea how to
> implement a rule like
> 
> if header :contains "From" [" <at> important" ] {
>    redirect 'other <at> address';
>    keep;
> }
> 

Are you sure? I always used it, with 2.2x or 2.3x

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{
keep;
redirect "someone <at> example.org";
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Oswaldo Hernández | 14 Sep 21:15 2010
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Migration questions

Hello,

I'm planning to migrate and old debian server to a new machine with 
debian 5 and dbmail/postgresql.

Before makig the migration job, i appreciate if you can clear up some 
questions:

In the actual server i have a postgresql database with the user account, 
password, mbox file, and other information of the users.
I also have:
     pop3 server (teapop-pgsql),
     smtp server (exim4-daemon-heavy),
     ftp server (proftpd-pgsql),
     a web based intranet (apache-php)

     All of these services validate the users in the postgresql database.

The questions:

1. Can i share the dbmail users table with the others apps to validate 
users?
     How is the password saved: plain, md5 ... ?

2. Can i add tables in the dbmail database for store other user data?

3. In the actual system i have fields in the user table to disable 
temporarily some service.
     I have boolean columns named 'smtp_disabled', 'pop3_disabled', 
'ftp_disabled', ...
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Jesse Norell | 14 Sep 23:29 2010
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Re: Migration questions

On Tue, 2010-09-14 at 21:15 +0200, Oswaldo Hernández wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> I'm planning to migrate and old debian server to a new machine with 
> debian 5 and dbmail/postgresql.
> 
> Before makig the migration job, i appreciate if you can clear up some 
> questions:
> 
> In the actual server i have a postgresql database with the user account, 
> password, mbox file, and other information of the users.
> I also have:
>      pop3 server (teapop-pgsql),
>      smtp server (exim4-daemon-heavy),
>      ftp server (proftpd-pgsql),
>      a web based intranet (apache-php)
> 
>      All of these services validate the users in the postgresql database.
> 
> The questions:
> 
> 1. Can i share the dbmail users table with the others apps to validate 
> users?

  Sure, it's just data in a database .. you might even coerce PAM into
using dbmail users if you wanted to.  Alternately setup an ldap server
for your auth, and have dbmail use it, too.

>      How is the password saved: plain, md5 ... ?

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Michael Monnerie | 15 Sep 06:56 2010
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Re: Sieve "redirect" or workaround

On Dienstag, 14. September 2010 Jorge Bastos wrote:
> Are you sure? I always used it, with 2.2x or 2.3x

Oh, I found I used
redirect 'othermailaddress';

while it should really be
redirect "othermailaddress";

Now it works, thanks for your feedback, and sorry for the noise :-)

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Paul J Stevens | 15 Sep 09:59 2010
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Re: Migration questions

On 14-09-10 23:29, Jesse Norell wrote:
>>       How is the password saved: plain, md5 ... ?

The full list of formats is:

   Password type may be one of the following: plaintext, crypt,
   md5-hash, md5-digest, crypt-raw, md5-hash-raw, md5-digest-raw,
   md5-base64, md5-base64-raw.

>> 2. Can i add tables in the dbmail database for store other user data?

No problems there whatsoever.

>> 3. In the actual system i have fields in the user table to disable
>> temporarily some service.
>>       I have boolean columns named 'smtp_disabled', 'pop3_disabled',
>> 'ftp_disabled', ...
>>       When some service search for the user the sql check also the
>> 'xxx_disabled' column.
>>       Example: exim4 makes "select user, mbox_file from userstable where
>> not smtp_disabled and ....."
>>       If the flag has activated the user is not recognized.
>>
>>       Can i do this with dbmail?
>
>    You could add those fields right to the dbmail_users table (and I'm
> pretty sure they'll be respected in schema updates and such), or add
> another table with your fields and a tie field to the dbmail userid or
> somesuch.

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