Simon Horman | 3 Nov 23:27 2008
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Re: perdition imap and store

On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 06:19:59PM +0200, LEVEAU Stanislas wrote:
> Hi
>
> I use the webmail IMP / Horde with the IMAP server imapproxy and  
> perdition. Everything is on the same server.
> I use Perdition with ldap to be able to choose a back-end server based  
> on the user's identity on the LDAP and to choose the store where is the  
> user bal
> My stores are on two other servers. The problem is : in the imap logs  
> there are a lot of errors(the store it's SUN)
>
> [18/Sep/2008:10:37:20 +0200] server imapd[29757]: Store Error: open  
> failed for index file /partition/=user/04/04/=uid/*=/*store.idx : No  
> such file or directory
>
> #ll /partition/=user/04/04/=uid/store.idx
> -rw-------    1 mailsrv  mail     38217296 sep 18 17:31  
> /partition/=user/04/04/=uid/store.idx
>
> the problem it's this : *=/
> *
> I don't know where he find the =*
> *
> if you have an idea
> Maybe a configuration problem of perdition imap with SUN?

I suspect that this is a problem with ldap rather than perdition.

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Hans Klose | 13 Nov 10:11 2008
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imap idle

Hi,

can I use perdition to build a "imap push" service 
useing somethin like imap idle? Is there an option 
for this? When I set the timeout to "0" will that work?

Thanks Hans 
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Simon Horman | 13 Nov 22:54 2008
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Re: imap idle

On Thu, Nov 13, 2008 at 10:11:55AM +0100, Hans Klose wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> can I use perdition to build a "imap push" service 
> useing somethin like imap idle? Is there an option 
> for this? When I set the timeout to "0" will that work?

Hi Hans,

I'm not familiar with imap idle. But perdition is just a proxy.
It can do some (semi-)smart things at authentication time. But
after the user is logged in it just blindly passes data back and forth
between the end-user and the real-server.

I suspect that imap push will work fine with perdition, because
its just part of the imap protocol, and perdition ought to be able
to handle that - as long as it involves users logging in and then
doing something (anything) else that the real-server understands.

But perhaps I am missing the point.

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Stephen Liu | 1 Dec 13:11 2008
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Routing solution on mail servers with all domain pointing at the same externel IP

Hi folks,

I'm searching around for a solution to solve my problem as mentioned
hereinbelow;

I have a Xen box (a virtualizaion box) with following setup:-

MTA - Postfix 2.3.8
Database - MySQL 5.0.32 (running on Guest01)
Courier IMAP 4.1.1
etc.

Host - Debian Etch Workstation
Guest01 - mail server for routing and running postfix virtual
Guest02 - mail server, hostname01. localIP_01, domain01
Guest03 - mail server, hostname02, localIP_02, domain02
Guest04 - mail server, hostname03, localIP_03, domain03
etc.

all mail servers running postfix on Debian Etch.

single (one) external IP with all ports forwarded to Guest01 except 
port 53 which is forwarded to the DNS server, also running on a guest
of the Xen box.

Guest01 routes all incoming mails, which are pointing at same external
IP, according to their domains to respective mail servers.  All
outgoing mails are sent via the routing mail server, Guest01, to
Internet.

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Gustavo Luiz Duarte | 1 Dec 18:45 2008
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Re: Routing solution on mail servers with all domain pointing at the same externel IP

Yes, you can use perdition. Install perdition on Guest01 and configure
it to access other hosts according to the domain.

Here you can find information about configuring perdition:
http://www.vergenet.net/linux/perdition/perdition.8.shtml

Here you can find information about configuring the domain/localIP mapping:
http://www.vergenet.net/linux/perdition/perditiondb.5.shtml

As it seems you have a small servers configuration, I recommend you to
use GDBM (perdition default) or Berkeley DB method for the
domain/localIP mapping.

I hope it can be helpful, ask if you have any difficulty.

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Gustavo Duarte

On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 10:11, Stephen Liu <satimis <at> yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi folks,
>
>
> I'm searching around for a solution to solve my problem as mentioned
> hereinbelow;
>
>
> I have a Xen box (a virtualizaion box) with following setup:-
>
>
> MTA - Postfix 2.3.8
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