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273677Re: SMTP proxy????

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  • Frank Bonnet
    Feb 1, 2011
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      On 02/01/2011 05:43 PM, Victor Duchovni wrote:
      > On Tue, Feb 01, 2011 at 05:33:14PM +0100, Ignacio Garcia wrote:
      >
      >> Hi there. Hi, I've been googling around all morning and I'm
      >> completely ignorant on what I'm going to ask, so please forgive me if I
      >> make no sense. I have 2 independent servers running
      >> postifx+mysql+(other_things) all controlled from a nice web interfacce
      >> called ISPConfig3. Those 2 servers are completely independent with many
      >> domains configured in each of them. Authentication is done against each
      >> server's separate and different mysql database. I'm testing Perdition
      >> for imap and pop3 connections so webmail access is more
      >> consistent/unified, and in case of customers with email services in both
      >> servers, we make it easier for them since the proxy redirects
      >> connections to the right imap server. My question: is there such a
      >> similar product (SMTP proxy) that can be configured in the same way to
      >> hide the real smtp servers and
      >> deliver/accept_mail_from_our_2_different_pools_of_users using the
      >> correct server?
      > Well, the proxy won't know what to do before the user authenticates,
      > and you say the the authentication databases are split, so it is far
      > from clear how you expect this could work.
      >
      > However, if Perdition presents a unified IMAP interface, you could
      > perhaps use an "rimap" backend with Cyrus SASL to authenticate the
      > user.
      >
      > I am not aware of any SMTP proxies whose downstream SMTP server is
      > selected after user authentication. It is probably easiest to just
      > operate a unified submission server that authenticates the union of the
      > two sets of users, and then routes to the right server via sender-based
      > routing. In other-words, not a proxy but a store-and-forward MSA.
      >
      > Postfix can do that.
      >
      There is a mysql proxy software , maybe it could help to authenticate
      users from both databases ?

      http://forge.mysql.com/wiki/MySQL_Proxy
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