bhenson at xenocomp.com
Sat Aug 22 11:36:06 MSD 2009
Georgi Hristozov wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 3:40 AM, Brian Henson<bhenson at xenocomp.com> wrote:
>> Can someone give me an example of how to do an IMAP and POP3 proxy in nginx.
>> What i need to do is send all requests for domain1.com to one server and
>> all requests for domain2.com to another. I have read the examples on the
>> wiki but I do not understand them. I have a working HTTP and HTTPS install
>> now and would like to further secure my servers. Any help would be
> I don't think that the IMAP protocol has something like the "Host"
> header in HTTP. In other words, the proxy cannot figure out which
> domain the user is trying to access. So you have to bind two different
> proxies on two separate IP addresses.
I know you can separate it by the letter it starts with. (fastmail
does this) If there was a host header or some variation there of it
would be nice. can i get a definite answer from someone who has used
the imap proxy please? the docs are incomplete on the features.
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