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From: Carlos Williams (carloswillgmail.com)
Date: Fri Aug 15 2008 - 16:44:38 CDT
My biggest complaint at work is that there is no global address book
for everyone to use. Obviously a file I create will be outdated weekly
based on the users I add and remove from my Postfix email server. My
Postfix email server does not do any kind of fancy authentication with
LDAP or do I have any kind of MySQL database running. Its plainly a
company Imap server that all clients connect to. I know this is not
directly Postfix related however I am looking for suggestions on what
other Postfix admins do for something like this? Just a address book
that can be accessed by all and is always updated based on user
accounts I add and or create. Every email account on my Postfix server
has their own UID/GID and their own home directory which is set to
/bin/nologin. I don't mind managing it this way and I know where are
database methods that help clean this up but that is not what I am
looking for here.
Thanks for any and all suggestions.
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