[horde] Extending userid's in Horde by a realm

Michael M Slusarz slusarz at horde.org
Thu Jun 12 07:42:18 UTC 2014

Quoting Stephan Jacob <stephan.jacob at ovgu.de>:

> Hello,
> we run Horde 5.1.6 and imp 6.1.7.
> We want to extent our Horde installation to a central Horde/Imp server which
> provides access to different peripheral IMAP server. So I created a server
> list in imp's backend.local.php. Choosing and login to the different server
> works well.
> Now we have the problem, that usernames are not unique among the different
> IMAP server. That means, "user1" could be a valid userid for IMAP server A
> and server B. But these are two different persons so Horde should load
> different preferences for "user1" at server A and "user1" at server B. For
> this, I want to extent the userid, the user enters in the login form, by a
> realm. So the preferences in Horde are stored under userid's like
> "user1 at serverA". I've googled a lot and found an authusername hook for an
> old Horde version. Unfortunately this hook doesn't work in Horde 5.16 and
> imp 6.1.7
> Has someone an idea how to extent the userid by a realm? This extension must
> be done after the userid was send to the IMAP server, because the mail
> server need the original userid for authentication (not the extended
> userid).

Horde's 'authusername' hook.


Michael Slusarz [slusarz at horde.org]

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