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Old 01-11-2004, 03:30 PM   #1
pembo13
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Is virtual user for mail (postfix) and ftp (proftpd) possible


Hello,

Is it possible to do authentication of ProFTPd and Postfix users again a MYSQL dbase? And if so what topics need I research?

Also, how is the ftp part possible, how does it give access to file for users who don't actually exist?

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