POP3 but not IMAP
simon at optinet.com
Sat Nov 29 08:04:41 PST 2003
Yes, this is doable and has nothing to do with FreeBSD :-) You just need a custom
authentication script which would only authenticate those few :-) Good luck, it works.
On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 15:19:11 +0300, Odhiambo Washington wrote:
>I was reading an article on PAM and something interesting crossed my mind.
>I am now thinking about giving services by discrimination;-)
>In our setup, everyone can do POP3. There are system users (no shells)
>who can do both POP3 and IMAP. Now I want a situation where POP3 is
>available to everyone while IMAP is only available to a few specified
>individuals. This has been discussed in the following article (though
>I believe it's doable with FreeBSD also.
>I could do this using that suggested method but I am putting all my
>users in MYSQL db, but I still would like to achieve the same. I could
>add a column for imap_enable for each user to achieve the effect of enable/
>disable IMAP access.
>Has anyone successfully done something akin to this? Perhaps using the
>pam_mysql module or other app?
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