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phx
exim+ldap seems quite tricky
henk
it is? what part specifically?
phx
the AD part
proxyAddresses: smtp:gergely.czuczy@evision.hu
proxyAddresses: SMTP:gergely.czuczy@mediatech.hu
proxyAddresses: smtp:gczuczy@mediatech.hu
allowed addresses for incoming quasi-local mails :)
it'll act as a smarthost, and i'd like it to check the addresses before forwarding them to the exchange
also, i'd like to do SMTP AUTH on it using the AD as backend, for off-site users
henk
ad as in active directory as in "ldap brough^Wborked to you by MS[tm]"?
phx
AD as in ActiveDirectory by MS, and it's LDAP interface
AD is _do_ an LDAP
already doing this with moinmoin wiki, authing users from i
t
henk
"AD is _do_ an LDAP"? i don't get that...
phx
it's really just an LDAP database
it's fancy, closed, has specific features, but it's just another ldap implementation
henk
mhm, kind of...
phx
but first, get the relaying right (deny everything), and try to make the smtp banner say the right hostname for each interface :)
does specifying expressions for global variables work?
         

romel
will exim understand basic freebsd's md5 hashes?
with sql backend
phx
md5 is md5.
romel
phx, i can't figure out in which format they stored. it doesn't look like regular md5 hash
phx
romel, what are you trying to do?
romel
migrate from master.passwd to sql backend
that's my aim
phx
romel, man 3 crypt
romel, it can also be blowfish and it's definitely seeded
romel
i'm sure it's md5
phx
well, read the manpage, the passwd entries are not just plain md5 in the case of md5 passwords. they are always seeded
romel, the best way would be to use master.passwd for a while, till everyone logs in, get their password, store it to somewhere, and you can use whatever storage formats you want
and also read up on CRAM before you're deciding the password storage format
romel
phx, thanks a lot
phx
yw
oh, and one more things
if you're also doing imap/pop3, check dovecot. it's authenticator is kinda nice, and works like a charm with exim
not listening for SMTP
wtf
but WHY not listening for smtp, you bi**h
mhm, -bd missing :)
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