p.heinlein at heinlein-support.de
Tue Nov 8 21:40:08 EET 2011
Am Dienstag, 8. November 2011, 17:53:32 schrieb Eric Rostetter:
> May not work for you, but...
> The way I did this when I migrated was to run two dovecot instances, and
> have perdition software on a front-end (could be on the same machine
> instead of a front-end, I just happen to have a front-end machine to do
You could do that with Dovecot, too.
> Perdition will query ldap for the info per user/connection, and send the
> connection to the correct dovecot instance based on the ldap lookup.
> Worked for me, your milage may vary...
The problem is: You're running in problems with shared folders. You can't
read your neighbors storage-engine from ldap.
It's easy to read the user's storage engine from ldap. So there's no need to
use perdition for that :-) But you can't read or proxy the storage engine
from somebody who shared you his folders.
That's my problem :-(
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