Email autoresponder based on LDAP
Gnarwl is an email autoresponder. Unlike the original vacation program,
gnarwl is based on LDAP, so that there's no need for users to have unix
accounts on the mail server.
Gnu Neat Auto Reply With LDAP
... And also the sound I issued many times implementing email autoresponding.
What is GNARWL
Gnarwl is a email autoreply/vacation agent, intented to be used on mailservers,
where users may not (nescessarily) have systemacc
gnarwl for Debian
The configuration for gnarwl requires a few adaptions:
- Adapt /etc/gnarwl.cfg to your LDAP setup.
- Include a phamm-vacation.schema (or use another schema instead)
Simply add this line below others include lines in /etc/ldap/slapd.conf:
(and restart slapd OpenLDAP server).
Q: Does gnarwl need root access?
A: No, gnarwl does not require any extended priveleges at all, but of course
it needs access to it's own files and should therefore be installed under
it's own UID. Keep in mind, that gnarwl.cfg as well as gnarwl's homedirectory
(may) contain sensible data. So care should be taken concerning file owner-
ship and permission.
Q: What is this blacklist stuff g
gnarwl (3.6.dfsg-6.2) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* No longer ship /etc/gnar
The versioning scheme of gnarwl consists of a major and a minor version
number. An increase in the f
- Patrick Ahlbrecht <email@example.com>
- Thomas Stinner <thomas.stinner
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