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Re: Postfix with MySQL _AND_ OpenLDAP? Is this possible? Ill advised?

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  • Brian Evans - Postfix List
    ... The map type matters not as long as your Postfix is compiled for that and the map is the expected format. See postconf -m as to which map types your
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 31, 2008
      Jeff Thurston wrote:
      > Hello, we are currently running and have been very happy with,
      > Postfix and a MySQL backend. Along with this we have Courier Pop3, SASL,
      > Amavis-new, various anti-virua/spam stuff, Mailman and PostfixAdmin.
      > This provides us with some very good functionality which we would like to
      > retain.
      >
      > However, I would like to add a directory service to our server and assume
      > the logical choice would be OpenLDAP.
      >
      > Can we integrate OpenLDAP into what we have currently? Or do I have to
      > switch from MySQL to OpenLDAP as the backend. Ideally we would like to have
      > replication between OpenLDAP and MySQL.
      >

      The map type matters not as long as your Postfix is compiled for that
      and the map is the expected format.
      See 'postconf -m' as to which map types your Postfix supports.

      Be sure to test your new map files with 'postconf -q' (see man postconf)
      before switching as this can save headaches.

      Brian
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