On Wed, 7 Feb 2001, John P . Looney wrote:
> Even if it was, I wouldn't use it.
why not? (i'm thinking about the talk you gave at one of the monthly
meetings last year).
> The idea is that usernames & databases
> In the end, I made an alias for "default", and mail for this user
> is piped to a shell script that checks MySQL for the address in
> the To: line, and works out what to do from that. Courtesy of the
> "default bounce address" postfix has :)
most MTAs have non-hacked handles for LDAP.
The LDAP server could either be a frontend to a MySQL database, or the
LDAP directory could be the authorative source for aliases/etc.. and
you could have nightly jobs to sync between the 2.
what exactly are you trying to do anyway? (the end objective, not "put
aliases in mysql").
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