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  • OX and webcyradm

    Hello,

    i try to configurate webcyradm with ox. But i canīt login into, because the mysql db differs from that what webcyradm expect.

    Has somebody get webcyradm working with ox?? Can someone give me some hints?

    Configuration File of webcyradm:

    ...
    # The Cyrus login stuff
    $CYRUS = array(
    'HOST' => 'localhost',
    'PORT' => 143,
    'ADMIN' => 'oxadmin',
    'PASS' => 'secret'
    );

    /* DB_TYPE

    Possible Values are:
    o mysql
    o pgsql

    To operate a mailsystem with postgreSQL you will need a patch for
    Postfix.

    Other Databases need to be supported by PAM and postfix
    */

    $DB = array(
    'TYPE' => 'mysql',
    'USER' => 'oxadmin',
    'PASS' => 'secret',
    'PROTO' => 'unix', // set to "tcp" for TCP/IP
    'HOST' => 'localhost',
    'NAME' => 'open-xchange-db'
    );
    # SQLWhite support
    # Set $sqlwhite = 0; to disable SQLWhite support,
    # Set $sqlwhite = 1; to enable SQLWhite support.
    $sqlwhite = 1;

    # Table name for whitelist/blacklist functionality within SQLWhite
    $whitelist = "whitelist";


    $DB['DSN'] = sprintf('%s://%s:%s@%s+%s/%s', $DB['TYPE'], $DB['USER'],
    $DB['PASS'], $DB['PROTO'],
    $DB['HOST'], $DB['NAME']);

    # Where should Xerxes write its log to?
    $LOG_DIR = "/var/log/xerxes/";

    # The default timeout in seconds for a session, after that you have to login again
    $SESS_TIMEOUT = 1000;

    # The default quota sets the default quota for new domains
    $DEFAULT_QUOTA = 20000;

    # NOTE: CURRENTLY, ONLY PLAIN PASSWORDS ARE SUPPORTED.
    #
    #
    # Defines if passwords are encrypted or not.
    # Valid Values:
    # - plain 0 No encription is used
    # - crypt 1 (shadow compatible encription)
    # - mysql 2 (MySQL PASSWORD function)
    # - md5 3 (MD5 digest)
    $CRYPT = "plain";

    # Xerxes is compatible with cyrus-imapd-2.0.16 (and earlier?)
    # however, if you are using 2.1.x and wish to use email addresses
    # with .'s in them such as 'john.doe@mydomain.com' you can set this
    # option DOMAIN_AS_PREFIX to '1'. NOTE: you also have to add this
    # line to your imapd.conf file:
    #### imapd.conf: ####
    # unixhierarchysep: yes

    ####
    # This configuration argument is recommended for current versions of
    # Xerxes.
    $DOMAIN_AS_PREFIX = 1;
    ####

    # if you want to use cyrus 2.2.x's virtual domains support with fully
    # qualified usernames in the mailbox name you can set this option
    # ENABLE_FQUN to '1'.
    # NOTE: you must also set $CRYPT = "plain" unless you patch your sasl library
    # using the patch from http://frost.ath.cx/software/cyrus-sasl-patches/
    # with sasl auxprop's sql/mysql plugin in which case you can use "crypt".
    # In your sasl smtpd.conf and your imapd.conf make your sql_statement and
    # sasl_sql_statement look like this:
    # select password from accountuser where username='%u@%r' or (username='%u' and domain_name='')
    # This will allow you to use a user with a non fully qualified username for
    # the admin user.
    # and add this line to your imapd.conf.
    #### imapd.conf: ####
    # virtdomains: yes

    ####
    # This is recommended for the current version of Xerxes.
    $ENABLE_FQUN = 1;

    # At the moment, Xerxes supports two methods of password change:
    # - through sql
    # - poppassd
    # sql is the default
    $PASSWORD_CHANGE_METHOD = "sql";

    # Turn up error reporting level. This overrides settings in your php.ini
    #
    # E_ALL - All errors and warnings
    # E_ERROR - fatal run-time errors
    # E_WARNING - run-time warnings (non-fatal errors)
    # E_PARSE - compile-time parse errors
    # E_NOTICE - run-time notices (these are warnings which often result
    # from a bug in your code, but it's possible that it was
    # intentional (e.g., using an uninitialized variable and
    # relying on the fact it's automatically initialized to an
    # empty string)
    # E_CORE_ERROR - fatal errors that occur during PHP's initial startup
    # E_CORE_WARNING - warnings (non-fatal errors) that occur during PHP's
    # initial startup
    # E_COMPILE_ERROR - fatal compile-time errors
    # E_COMPILE_WARNING - compile-time warnings (non-fatal errors)
    # E_USER_ERROR - user-generated error message
    # E_USER_WARNING - user-generated warning message
    # E_USER_NOTICE - user-generated notice message

    error_reporting(E_ERROR);

    $VERSION="0.8";

    # Define reserved Emailadresses (Separated by comma):
    $RESERVED="postmaster,root";
    ...

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