[jadmin] Virtual Hosting and External Authentication
jbebel at ncsu.edu
Thu Oct 20 21:05:19 CDT 2005
I can configure cyrus to use saslauthd and point it at ldap, but I don't
know if that solves the problem. I think the fundamental issue is
virtual hosting needing to pass the domain to some authentication
system, and I'm not sure if the external authentication modules are
capable of that. Either that or it needs to know the domain it's trying
to authenticate to and choose an IP address to connect to if using
something with IP based virtual hosting. Is this possible with a single
Williams, Kevin C wrote:
> Can you store imap auth data in ldap? I believe jabber can use ldap.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Joel Ebel [mailto:jbebel at ncsu.edu]
>> Sent: Thursday, October 20, 2005 6:18 PM
>> To: Jabber server administration list
>> Subject: Re: [jadmin] Virtual Hosting and External Authentication
>> I'm storing the cyrus auth data in sasldb2. I didn't want to
>> use the system passwords since the users of jabber and cyrus
>> won't be logging into the machine directly. I'm not aware of
>> a jabber auth mechanism for accessing sasldb2 directly. Is
>> there one? Or would there be some other common ground easy
>> to set cyrus and jabberd to both auth against separate from
>> the system password file?
>> Matthias Wimmer wrote:
>>> Hi Joel!
>>> Am 20.10.2005 05:33 schrieb Joel Ebel:
>>>> The final goal is a system hosting both the cyrus-imap server and
>>>> jabberd14. This system will support as many as three domains, and
>>>> both need to available for use by both jabber and cyrus.
>> They should
>>>> have different namespaces such that you can have duplicate
>> names in
>>>> each domain.
>>> Where have you stored the cyrus authentication data? Maybe
>> you will find
>>> a jabberd14 driver for using this store directly ...
>>> Tot kijk
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