[horde] If using IMP authentication, how do you perform groups
and user security
tdondich at majiknetworks.com
Mon Dec 9 14:07:56 PST 2002
Okay, I'm not being clear. Let me try again. I am using the IMP
authentication backend. I have created groups inside Horde's
administration and added a few e-mail accounts to the groups. When I go
to gollem and upload a file, the owner is the e-mail address, but yet
there is no group shown. Also, you cannot chmod items. I am using
Horde's VFS driver. Is there any way to do group access security in
gollem when using IMP's authentication backend?
> Quoting Chuck Hagenbuch <chuck at horde.org>:
>> Quoting Taylor Dondich <tdondich at majiknetworks.com>:
>> > I don't know if this is possible
>> > because without doing horde authentication, you can't create groups
>> and such.
>> I'm not sure what you mean by this. Unless I'm really missing
>> something, this is just wrong.
> There is a common misunderstanding which assumes if you tell Horde to
> authenticate via IMP, you are not doing Horde authentication. In fact,
> when you tell Horde to authenticate via IMP, the result is both a Horde
> and an IMP authentication, not just an IMP authentication. In other
> words, IMP will do the Horde authentication on behalf of Horde.
> Eric Rostetter
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