Mailserver proxy (all protocols, webmail included)
devnull82 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 5 08:39:39 UTC 2014
I'm trying to configure a full proxy for my mailservers.
With full, I mean for all protocols.
We have, for example, 2 mail servers:
linux+roundcube (imap, pop3, smtp, webmail)
Using MySQL I'm able to configure imap,pop3,smtp proxy: when a user connect
to the proxy, my nginx script checks on a database where to redirect the
login. If to the Zimbra server or to the linux server.
The problem is with webmail: is there some way to redirect http to zimbra
webmail or to roundcube, depending on the username? Do I have to create a
login page and then use webmail's api to redirect the login?
What I want is to give a single hostname to users, for example
webmail.mydomain.com, and then let nginx redirect users to the right
webmail how it does for imap,pop3 and smtp.
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