On 11/22/2011 07:03 PM, Pascal Halter wrote:
I want to setup Djigzo in my network. At the moment I
have the following
5 eMail Clients <---> 5 Mailboxes at a Webhoster <---> External Mailserver
I have 5 eMail clients in an intern network which is connected to the
internet. Each mail-client uses one mailbox at the webhoster. The mail
addresses on the webhoster are all of the same domain (aaa(a)xyz.com,
bbb(a)xyz.com, ...). Now I want to integrate Djigzo to communicate
encrypted with extern users, but I want to use the mailboxes at the
5 eMail Clients <---> Djigzo <---> 5 Mailboxes at a Webhoster <--->
Djigzo will run in the intern network (with dynamic internet IP).
Incoming mails will be fetched by Djigzo (with fetchmail) from the
mailboxes at the webhoster, will be decrypted and stored in
Djigzo-Postfix Mailboxes until the intern mail-clients will fetch them
(I will use dovecat on Djigzo-Gateway). Outgoing mails will be delivered
by the intern mail clients to Djigzo, which encrypts them. Then Djigzo
has to send them over the mailserver of the webhoster.
So I have to configure the mailserver of the webhoster as external relay
host. But my problem is, how to configure the SASL passwords for each of
the 5 users. I can configure only one SASL password per mailserver.
Generally, is my configuration possible with Djigzo?
How is it possible, to configure SASL passwords for all my users in Djigzo?
Djigzo uses Postfix for the MTA. Although I haven't tested this, it
should be possible to setup Postfix to use different credentials per
This however cannot be setup via the Web gui so you need to configure
this from the command line.
Djigzo open source email encryption