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Re: [SOGo] IMAP4 login failed . . .

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  • From: Steve Ankeny < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] IMAP4 login failed . . .
  • Date: Tue, 30 Dec 2014 10:36:00 -0500

I'm still confused by it.

" " accesses the Samba ldap server and authenticates the users.

I see that in SOGo, as it accesses the "sogo" table in MySQL and authenticates the users.

But " " is not allowing Postfix/Dovecot to access the Samba ldap server.

It must not be a valid account for Postfix/Dovecot to "read" (that's all I see about it)

Yes, I've read and read the Arch Wiki, and I'm sure I'm as ignorant as the day is long, but it's not helping. Neither have I found the right documentation in the SOGo Installation Guide (again, being ignorant)

I don't have any problem with any of that. I just want it to work, and I'm confused by my results.

On 12/30/2014 10:19 AM, jacek burghardt wrote:
Well both postfix and dovecot need to have users that can access port 389 on samba server. Samba is running its own ldap server just like server 2008/2012 domain controller. I would recommend creation of user that can access ldap on samba and it would read user names. You can test with administrator but what are the security risks. I have samba running as domain controller and openchange.
I had followed archlinux wiki on openchange it explains it well the steps as does sogo wiki

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