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vPostMaster Recipes - How to Do Stuff
Switching from Cyrus SASL
saslauthd to Dovecot SASL (including non-PLAIN
authentication) (Contributed by Sean
Reifschneider of tummy.com) -- Switch from using the Cyrus SASL
saslauthd to Dovecot's SASL implementation. This allows SMTP
authentications to go directly against the database, instead of
using the "rimap" mechanism which causes SMTP to authenticate by
making a connection to the IMAP server. Hopefully, this will also
work around the bugs in Cyrus SASL.
Allowing login aliases to expand
to user+domain combinations (Contributed by Sean
Reifschneider of tummy.com) -- Setting up the login sub-system so
that one login name can be mapped to a specific user in a domain.
This enhances the Dovecot ability to add a default domain to users
without one, by allowing any login name (short or long) to be
mapped into a specific user. This allows "bob" to map to
"email@example.com" and "alice" to map to
Using vPostmaster with Self-Signed
Certificates (Contributed by Charles Woolridge) -- How to set
up a self-signed certificate and configure vPostMaster to use it.
Aliases for vPostMaster domains --
vPostMaster does not literally support "aliases", it uses normal
accounts that are set up with mailbox delivery disabled and
forwarding enabled. This is beneficial because all e-mail
addresses in a domain are handled the same, but here is a
recipe on how to set up traditional aliases.
Backing up vPostMaster -- How
to back up a vPostMaster system.
Restoring vPostMaster -- How
to restore a vPostMaster system from backups.
courier-dovecot-migrate.pl -- A perl script to help convert
mail files from courier to dovecot.
Enabling use of ClamD -- Steps
required to enable using the ClamAV daemon. The default is to run
the non-daemon "clamscan".