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Postfix doesn't support quotas out of the box, there are a few different ways to set it up. I would recommend using Dovecot to manage the quotas if it's already working. You can find more information on how to set up quotas on this page: http://www.postfix.org/addon.html#quota Answers to your questions: Those parameters are for the VDA patch, which ...
Add DROPPRIVS=yes at begin of /etc/procmailrc man procmailrc : DROPPRIVS If set to `yes' procmail will drop all privileges it might have had (suid or sgid). This is only useful if you want to guarantee that the bottom half of the /etc/procmailrc file is executed on behalf of the recipient.
Dovecot does not know the name you use to connect to your server. You configure your mail client (usually called MUA for mail user agent) with your username, password, protocol, and server name. The MUA obtains the IP of the server, connects to that IP using the protocol, and offers the username and password. As long as you are not using SSL, the server name ...
pass_attrs = mail=user,userPassword=password is probably wrong. It means "use mail as username ldap attribute name and userPassword as password attribute name". I believe it should read: pass_attrs = mail=uid,userPassword=password You can check it by looking the OpenLDAP logs. I am also suspicious on the: user_attrs = mailHomeDirectory=home because ...
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