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If you’re planning on using virtual users, dovecog.conf easier to first create a simple passwd-like file to make sure that the authentication will work. This documentation is for Dovecot v2. The userdb backend name args: The users and their home directories were imported from another server and the users were setup using the vipw tool. Return earlier userdb’s success or failure, don’t continue to the next userdb.
Its default permissions make it readable only by root, but you may need to relax these permissions. USER 1 webmaster myregisteredname.
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Skip if an earlier userdb already found the user notfound: Sign up using Email and Password.
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I am using Ubuntu Server The config directory should contain a README file pointing to an example configuration, which you can use as your basic configuration.
Although not required, it’s dovecot.coonf recommended even for virtual users. Optional extra fields user: You can also have multiple databases. Post as a guest Name.
The domain is not validated though. Dict key-value database Redis, memcached, etc. The result values that can be used: What to do if the userdb lookup had an internal failure default: Skip if previous userdbs haven’t yet found the user And finally we can control what happens when we’re finished with this nissing v2.
Users that have access to this socket are able to get a list of all usernames and get results of everyone’s userdb lookups. Do we sometimes want to skip over this userdb? Email Required, but never shown.
Find Dovecot configuration file location using: Sign up using Facebook. Continue to the next userdb without changing the user existence state.
For example, I have a user called webmaster, and using doveadm user for “webmaster” works as follows: