When a user tries to log in with their user login id on the proxy for POP/IMAP, the LDIF lookup fails. How do I configure LDIF proxying to work with POP/IMAP?
The RazorGate appliance does support LDIF proxying to work with POP/IMAP, but can use LDIF for mail routing as described below.
The Messaging Operating System indexes LDIF entries using the mail: attribute in each entry. Both routing and proxying can be configured at the same time using the following LDIF entries.
For mail routing and proxying to work with delegated domain users, only the following LDIF entry is required (Mirapoint appliances only).
For Mail routing for primary domain users to work, each user requires LDIF two entries (applies to both Mirapoint and RazorGate appliances).