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Old 8th January 2010, 20:59
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Hello,

There is any compatibility problem between ISPConfig 3 and the next Horde modules?

Ingo
Ingo, the "Email Filter Rules Manager", started as a frontend for the Sieve filter language, and is now a generic and complete filter rule frontend that currently is able to create Sieve, procmail, maildrop, and IMAP filter rules. The IMAP filter driver translates the filter rules on demand to IMAP commands, executed via PHP's IMAP extension and has replaced IMP's internal filtering code. It is now the default filtering agent in IMP H3 (4.x).
More info: http://www.horde.org/ingo/

Passwd
Passwd is the Horde password changing application. While it has been released and is in production use at many sites, it is also under heavy development in an effort to expand and improve the module. Right now, Passwd provides fairly complete support for changing passwords via Poppassd, LDAP, Unix expect scripts, the Unix smbpasswd command for SMB/CIFS passwords, Kolab, ADSI, Pine, Serv-U FTP, VMailMgr, vpopmail, and SQL passwords.
More info: http://www.horde.org/passwd/

SpamAssassin Module
Sam is the Horde module permitting to each user to manage his SpamAssassin or Amavisd-new preferences. For example, it can authorize to change SpamAssassin user scores, manage blacklist and whitelist. User preferences can be stored in a variety of backends such as a SQL database, LDAP storage or on an FTP server.
More info: http://www.horde.org/sam/

Forwards
Forwards is a Horde module for setting user e-mail forwards with support for several popular mailers. Right now, Forwards provides fairly complete support for setting .forward style forwards on Sendmail, Courier, or Qmail mail based systems via an FTP transport. It now also has drivers for Mdaemon, Exim SQL, Exim LDAP, Custom SQL, and SOAP based systems.
More info: http://www.horde.org/forwards/

Vacation
Vacation is a Horde module for managing user e-mail "vacation notices" or "auto-responders." It works via a local vacation program which must be installed and functioning on the server. It supports vacation programs using the .forward-style forwarding mechanism supported by several popular mailers. Right now, Vacation provides fairly complete support for managing .forward style vacation notices on Sendmail or Courier mail based systems via an FTP transport. It also has some support for LDAP, Qmail, and SQL servers.
More info: http://www.horde.org/vacation/

Another question: is possible coordinate Gollem with the web space limit fixed in ISPConfig 3?

Gollem
Gollem is the Horde web-based File Manager, providing the ability to fully manage a hierarchical file system stored in a variety of backends such as a SQL database, as part of a real filesystem, or on an FTP server. It uses the Horde's MIME_Viewer framework to identify file types, associate icons, etc.
More info: http://www.horde.org/gollem/

Thanks and cordial greetings,

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As far as I can see, none of them will work with ISPConfig. ISPConfig uses maildrop as lda and nnot a sieve lda.
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Old 9th January 2010, 20:32
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Thanks, Till,

I'm testing some of these modules:

Ingo: it works

Passwd: by default it don't works, but it have several configurable backends.

Maybe it works with a customized SQL backend:

PHP Code:
$backends['sql'] = array (
    
'name' => 'Example SQL Server',
    
'preferred' => '',
    
'password policy' => array(
        
'minLength' => 3,
        
'maxLength' => 8,
        
'maxSpace' => 0,
        
'minUpper' => 1,
        
'minLower' => 1,
        
'minNumeric' => 1,
        
'minSymbols' => 1
    
),
    
'driver' => 'sql',
    
'params' => array(
        
'phptype'    => 'mysql',
        
'hostspec'   => 'localhost',
        
'username'   => 'dbuser',
        
'password'   => 'dbpasswd',
        
'encryption' => 'md5-hex',
        
'database'   => 'db',
        
'table'      => 'users',
        
'user_col'   => 'user_uid',
        
'pass_col'   => 'user_pass',
        
'show_encryption' => false
    
)
); 
Please, what is the correct value for 'encryption' in ISPConfig 3 database? md5-hex? other?

SpamAssassin Module: I can't know it (no spam at this moment: new domain). I will report later, when I receive spam.

Forwards: I don't know (not installed).

Vacation: I don't know (not installed).

Gollem: I don't know (not installed: I need limit the space available).

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Old 11th January 2010, 19:02
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Please, what is the correct value for 'encryption' in ISPConfig 3 database? md5-hex? other?
I have located the answer to my question: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...72&postcount=4

This backend works for me (add into /etc/horde/passwd3/backends.php):

PHP Code:
$backends['sql'] = array (
    
'name' => 'MySQL Database of ISPConfig 3',
    
'preferred' => '',
    
'password policy' => array(
        
'minLength' => 8,
        
'maxLength' => 64,
        
'maxSpace' => 0,
        
'minUpper' => 1,
        
'minLower' => 1,
        
'minNumeric' => 1,
        
'minSymbols' => 1
    
),
    
'driver' => 'sql',
    
'params' => array(
        
'phptype'    => 'mysql',
        
'hostspec'   => '127.0.0.1',
        
'username'   => 'ispconfig',
        
'password'   => 'USERPASSWORD',
        
'encryption' => 'crypt-md5',
        
'database'   => 'dbispconfig',
        
'table'      => 'mail_user',
        
'user_col'   => 'email',
        
'pass_col'   => 'password',
        
'show_encryption' => false
    
)
); 
The new password is encrypted into dbispconfig, I can access into Squirrelmail, the user can change his password via Horde if he knows the old password, the admin can change the password of user without know the old password, etc.

Perfect!



OK, I think this option is secure if Horde, ISPConfig and its MySQL database are in the same server. Correct?

Thanks and cordial greetings,

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Hi Spanish

That backend config of yours still works fine on Horde 4 thx for that.
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Hi Sjau. Thanks for the info! Greetings, Manuel
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