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Re: Postfix cyrus imap



On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 9:40 AM, Mikel <mgilsanz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thank you Steve

The matter is that, I have configurated ldap-aliases.cf

server_host = 10.48.1.198
bind = yes
version = 3
bind_dn= cn=sogoprueba,cn=Users,dc=avalon,dc=com,dc=es
bind_pw= password
search_base = dc=Avalon,dc=com,dc=es
ldap_filter = *
result_attribute = mail
#special_result_filter = %u@%d

But if I run:

postmap -q mgilsanz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx ldap:/etc/postfix/ldap-aliases.cf

or


postmap -q mgilsanz ldap:/etc/postfix/ldap-aliases.cf


I don't get nothing....and I think that the problem about postfix is not able to find users.

If I query to ldap with ldapsearch:

ldapsearch -P3 -a never -x -H ldap://10.48.1.198 -D 'cn= sogoprueba,cn=Users,dc=avalon,dc=com,dc=es' -w password -b 'dc=Avalon,dc=com,dc=es' '(cn=*)' mail | grep mgilsanz   the result is:

mail: mgilsanz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

I answer about the filter on ldap-aliases.cf of postfix

how about result_attribute = mail in ldap-aliases.cf because if I am be able to do ldapsearch
and find user mgilsanz How can I do the same query in ldap-aliases.cf to find users in my domain?

Any idea, I think that the problem is Ldap query but I don't know what is wron...

First, why the difference dc=Avalon,dc=com,dc=es and dc=avalon,dc=com,dc=es?

Also, ldap_filter should be query_filter and should have an _expression_ with attributes in it. Your ldapsearch command is more complex than your postfix ldap-aliases.cf. Can you please show the ldif of a single user?

Steve 

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