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  1. #1
    anggarda Guest

    Default Groups == Cyrus Group Alias?

    Good Day, OpenXchange.

    How do I configure, virtual aliases maps, based on groups in OpenXchange?

    I know that this authentication is managed by this setting in postfix.

    /etc/postfix/ox_group_aliases.cf

    SELECT login2user.uid FROM group_address_mappings,groups_member
    LEFT JOIN login2user ON login2user.id=groups_member.member WHERE
    groups_member.id=group_address_mappings.id AND
    group_address_mappings.address="%s" AND
    group_address_mappings.cid=1;


    But how do I go about, entering the groups? I have done it via the command line

    ./creategroup -c 1 -A oxadmin -P oxadmin -n staff -d 'Staff' -a 11

    but it is not reflected as a mailing group.

    I've looked up the documentation on

    http://software.open-xchange.com/OX6...glish-v2.6.pdf

    and

    http://software.open-xchange.com/OX6...oning-v1.6.pdf

    but find no references to aliases.

    Could anyone share with me how you used groups as mail aliases?

    Thanking everyone in advance.

    Regards.

  2. #2
    anggarda Guest

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    I got around this by first creating a group, identifying the id of the group and inserting it into the GROUP_ADDRESS_MAPPING table.

    It worked but I'm sure there has to be a better way of doing this, other than me inserting away at the SQL.

  3. #3
    imoran Guest

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    Can you send me your SQL script?

    email adress : cm_at_nexto_dot_fr

    Thanks

  4. #4
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    Plese post it here as it can pe healpfull for others, too.

    Thanks,
    Daniel

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