mail to shared folders
Andrew J. Kopciuch
akopciuch at bddf.ca
Fri Jan 5 11:27:11 CET 2007
On Friday 05 January 2007 01:02, Matthias Henze wrote:
> can please some one tell me how to configure a shared folder so that i can
> send mail (internal and external via internet) to it ?
> what i've done by now:
> - created a shared folder for mail
> - added a addressbook entry with the e-mail address
You made the address kolab+shared.testing at mhcsoftware.de right?
That becomes the virtual address. You do not have to use that address if it
is confusing to users. You can also set an email alias for that Vcard.
testingfolder at mhcsoftware.de
> as described here: http://wiki.kolab.org/index.php/Kolab2_FAQ
> permissions are:
> localhost.localdomain> lam shared.test at mhcsoftware.de
> anyone lrswipda
> when i mail to: kolab+shared.test at mhcsoftware.de as described in the FAQ
> the mail is not accepted with "user unknown".
> when i mail to: test at mhcsoftware.de mail is accepted by postfix, amavis and
> kolabfilter - i can observe this in the logs - but cyrus fails to deliver
> it to the shared folder and so kolabfilter creates a bounce.
Further down on that same wiki page there are more discussions on this.
What you need to do is go into the web interface for that shared folder and
add an ACL for "anyone" & "post". Even if it has "anyone" & "all" already,
you still need to specifically add the post ACL. This will allow postfix to
actually dump the email into the mailbox.
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