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On 10/26/2011 02:09 PM, Noel Jones wrote:
> The postfix database interface is a general-purpose mechanism, not
> an LDAP interface. In the case of relay_recipient_maps, the
> requirement is that a result must be returned, but the value is not
> used. As long as a lookup returns anything, the user is considered
It depends how you understand "lookup returns". It may be:
a) 0 DN's, 0 attrs
b) 1 DN's, 0 attrs
c) 1 DN's, 1 or more attrs
d) many DN's, 0 attrs
e) many DN's, 1 or more attrs
You talk about option c only. maybe e will be ok from your point of
view. Option b is also successful result. It returns DN, which match
query_filter with attrs="1.1" (or no attrs requested).
Why option(s) c (and probably e) suites, when b (and probably d) not?
>From my point of view, option a only may result "lookup failed" while
other options - "lookup returned something". Am I not correct?
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