[horde] Setting mail server in shared environment ...
eculp at encontacto.net
Thu Jan 5 09:01:15 PST 2006
Quoting "Marc G. Fournier" <scrappy at hub.org>:
> I'm setting up a clean install of horde, and would like to suggest a
> change to the configuration procedures that I'm not sure if can be done,
> but ... well, can't hurt to suggest ...
> In our configuration, each of our clients has their own mail server, its
> not one big shared one ... so, we have our mailer configured as:
> $conf['mailer']['params']['host'] = 'mail.' .
> preg_replace('|^webmail\.|i', '', $_SERVER["HTTP_HOST"]);
> So that each client connecting is configured for their individual domain,
> but without having multiple copies installed ...
> After I made this change to conf.php (after configuration through the
> GUI), and went back to the GUI, the setting is now set to:
> Which, if I saved that, would, of course, break everything ...
> If there is a way, having some way of giving an option for the 'The Server
> to Connect To" option be a select box with two choices:
> Derive from web URL (similar to above)
> Hardcode Hostname
> Just wish list ... if nothing else, might help others setting things up
> in a shared environment ...L
Have you tried manually adding the configuration line after the last
line in conf.php? I have all my variables that are dependent on
apache, etc. there. Something like:
/* CONFIG END. DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING IN OR BEFORE THIS LINE. */
$conf['mailer']['params']['host'] = 'mail.' . \
preg_replace('|^webmail\.|i', '', $_SERVER["HTTP_HOST"]);
I do this to keep my virtual domains as independent as possible with a
single instance of horde. I hope this works for you.
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