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Subject [users@httpd] mod_auth_imap
Date Tue, 20 Dec 2005 20:04:13 GMT

Hey guys.

  Well i finall got this thing workin :-P  

but here is the tricky part.    I can not get it auctally work  O.o

Basically I get a my little box that asks me for my user name and passsword.  But it keeps
comming up evan know I enter the correct info.  When checking the logs it says user name robbie
can not be found.   The thing is...   I do not belive that it is auctally checking the imap
server. it returns the result way to quick for imap.  Oh well.   Below is my httpd config
and my htpasswd file

I guess what I'm asking..  does do your config files looks like??

htpasswd  file

#Turn on IMAP Authentication
Auth_IMAP_Enabled on
#Give a name to the authentication domain, whatever you want:
AuthName ""
#Only basic authentication is supported for now:
AuthType Basic
#If you feel like it, restrict the users or allow all valid users:
Require valid-user
#Make IMAP Authentication authoritative for this .htaccess file:
Auth_IMAP_Authoritative on
#Set the IMAP Server to which you want to connect (default=localhost):
Auth_IMAP_Server localhost
#Set the port on which the imap server is running (default=143):
Auth_IMAP_Port 143
#Turn on some extra logging (login attempts, etc.) in Apache's Error Log
Auth_IMAP_Log on

httpd.config file (only showing this part..  for my file is to long)

DocumentRoot "/web/"
    ErrorLog /usr/local/apache5/logs/
    TransferLog /usr/local/apache5/logs/

SuexecUserGroup vpopmail dspam

    <Directory "/web/">
        Options FollowSymLinks ExecCGI
        AllowOverride None
        Order deny,allow
        Deny from all

        Auth_IMAP_Enabled on
        Auth_IMAP_Authoritative on
        AuthType Basic
        AuthName "DSPAM Control Center"
        AuthUserFile /web/
        Require valid-user
        Satisfy Any
DirectoryIndex dspam.cgi

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