- Patrick, You may want to give a try to JXplorer. It is Java-based and runs nicely. Also, you can change the forms used by it, customizing to your needs. BestMessage 1 of 18 , Mar 20 11:02 AMView SourcePatrick,You may want to give a try to JXplorer. It is Java-based and runs nicely. Also, you can change the forms used by it, customizing to your needs.Best regards.---Fernando Maciel Souto MaiorOn Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 2:52 PM, Patrick Lists <postfix-list@...> wrote:
On 03/20/2013 05:40 PM, Fernando Maior wrote:Patrick,1. Use the qmail.schema in OpenLDAP
I do not use canonical maps at all when using LDAP. I do not need it,
because I just use mailForwardingAddress (actually an alias) to map the
incoming email to the real mailbox.
What I do:
2. Add objectClass: qmailUser to each user account
3. Edit mailForwardingAddress when appropriate
4. Create a file on /etc/postfix/ldap/ named forwarding
5. Change /etc/postfix/main.cf <http://main.cf> to map aliases to the
Thanks for the tip. I had seen the qmail.schema but had not really looked into it. Added to the TODO list.
In order to make changes to LDAP, you may use something like ldapadmin(ldapadmin.org <http://ldapadmin.org>) and put the difficulties to
manage LDAP entries behind you.
It's Windows only and I don't have anything with Windows on it. Instead I use Apache Directory Studio. Works quite well on Linux.It did. Thank you for your feedback.
You may create an account with mail attribute as biz@... and
mailForwardingAddress attribute as myaccount@....
That configuration is only enough for receiving e-mail, not to sending
May be this can help you.