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Old 02-16-2009, 02:08 PM   #1
cviniciusm
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Question How to reinforce chroot jail on postfix+dovecot with mysql?


Hello,

I've set up a mail server (Postfix+Dovecot+SASL via MySQL; with protocols SMTP, POP e IMAP) using virtual mailbox domains by MySQL database-driven.

It works fine without chroot jail, I had to disable chroot jail to the services smtp (smtpd), cleanup, rewrite (trivial-rewrite) and smtp (smtp) on master.cf .

Any ideas to reinforce chroot jail again, please?


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