This documentation is for Dovecot v2. The user database lookup can return these fields: For example, I have a user called webmaster, and using doveadm user for “webmaster” works as follows: Optional extra fields user: Any ideas about what that something may be? What to do if the user was found from the userdb default:
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Each one uses different args. What to do if the user wasn’t found from the userdb default: External software used to handle virtual domains Prefetch: The initial state is “not found”.
Dovecot user lookup fails when using username domain format Ask Question. This split of configuration files isn’t a requirement to use, and it doesn’t really matter which. Currently supported user databases are: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Continue to the next userdb without changing the uer existence state.
Changes the username can also be done by the passdb lookup Overwriting all mail-related dovecot.vonf, for example: This is resulting in incoming mail for webmaster myregisteredname. This documentation is for Dovecot v2. Dovecot is setup to use system users, so my dovecot. Return “user doesn’t exist”, don’t continue to the next userdb. What to do if the userdb lookup had an internal failure default: Userdb fields and extra fields that are used, unless overwritten by the userdb backend.
Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. A failure to do so will result in errors like these: You can also have multiple databases. The result values that can be used: If divecot.conf planning on using system users, you can simply skip this section and read PAM or bsdauth for configuring it. You probably want to switch this back to “yes” or other options afterward.
[Dovecot] userdb missing driver
This assumes that the passdb already returned also all the required user database information Lua: Dict key-value database Redis, memcached, etc. Later when you know Dovecot is working, you can do it differently see VirtualUsers. Return earlier userdb’s success or failure, don’t continue to the next userdb.
Any ideas about what that something may be? I have Dovecot v2.