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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2008
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    Germany
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    Default users in database

    hello every1,

    i would like to use the same database für openxchange and postfix. but i can't find the username password in the openexchange-database.
    it would also be helpfull if anyone could tell me how the password is encrypted.

    the idea ist that postfix and ox uses the same database. so if a user changes his password in ox, postfix wouldn't block that user until he changed the postfix-password too, since postfix ist reading out of the same database.

    this feature would make ox a lot more comfortable.
    right now my postfix is setup to use the database from egroupware. which works fine. i want to replace egroupware with openxchange now.

    thanks in advance

    kniggisiggi

  2. #2

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    You could always put the user information into e.g. LDAP and use it to authenticate Postfix, Cyrus, and of course OX ...

  3. #3
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    Feb 2008
    Location
    Germany
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    since i already have an mysql-server running, which holds a database with all users, i would like to keep on using mysql.

    besides i don't have any expirence with ldap. a change to ldap would cost my alot of work and learning.

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