zarafa-unix.cfg (5) - Linux Man Pages
zarafa-unix.cfg: The Zarafa Unix user plugin configuration file
zarafa-unix.cfg - The Zarafa Unix user plugin configuration file
The file consists of one big section, but parameters can be grouped by functionality.
The parameters are written in the form:
name = value
The file is line-based. Each newline-terminated line represents either a comment, nothing, a parameter or a directive. A line beginning with `#' is considered a comment, and will be ignored by Zarafa. Parameter names are case sensitive. Lines beginning with `!' are directives.
Directives are written in the form:
The following directives exist:
Include and process
Example: !include common.cfg
EXPLANATION OF EACH PARAMETER
The charset that is used in /etc/passwd for the fullname of a user. In most setups, us-ascii is used, but may also be iso-8859-15. All charsets supported by the system iconv() are supported here. Since iso-8859-15 is an extension on us-ascii, this is used as the default to support high characters for most latin languages. If your default shell is in UTF-8 (see your locales settings), enter utf-8 here.
The default domain name to set as e-mail address. When a user is created, it's email address will be set to
username [at] default_domain.
Default: no default present.
This is the minimal uid a user must have to be created as a Zarafa user. This is to skip system users present in the /etc/passwd file. Normally, users start at 1000.
This is the maximum uid a user may have to be created as a Zarafa user. This is to skip system users present in the /etc/passwd file with a high uid, as user nobody does.
A whitespace seperated list of uids that are within the min_user_uid and max_user_uid range, but shouldn't be considered as users.
This is the minimal gid a group must have to be created as a Zarafa group. This is to skip system groups present in the /etc/group file. Normally, groups start at 1000.
This is the maximum gid a group may have to be created as a Zarafa group. This is to skip system groups present in the /etc/group file with a high gid, as group nogroup does.
A whitespace seperated list of gids that are within the min_group_gid and max_group_gid range, but shouldn't be considered as groups.
This this the shell a user has to be created as a non-login box. Mail can be delivered to this box, but you cannot directly login with this username. The uid must be within the defined limits.
Not all Zarafa attributes can be used from the system files. The following attibutes are used from the system files:
- The login name of the user.
- The fullname of the user.
- The password is in the /etc/shadow file. Zarafa needs reads access to this file to correctly work with the Unix plugin.
- The server configuration file.
- The Zarafa Unix user plugin configuration file.