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Old 5th June 2006, 14:17
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Originally Posted by itgroup
Thanks Till for the reply. Well, that is sad. Given that I am using Dovecot for POP, is there any other way I can 'point' the password file to something that allows @ usernames?

Or, can I modify the '/etc/passwd' file somehow?

Is there anything at all I can do about this - I don't care if it is a very long solution (change things by hand), but the thought of having to call all my customers is very daunting.
There's no solution.

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How come I can use roundcube mail with user@domain.com ok?
Because RoundCube does a lookup in the ISPConfig database to map the email address to the real username. Obviously, email clients such as Outlook and Thunderbird don't do a lookup in the ISPConfig database.
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