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A simple Django app to handle imap login.

Project description

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Multiimap
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Multiimap is a simple Django app to manage login via imap server.


Quick start
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1. Add "multiimap" to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this::

INSTALLED_APPS = [
...
'django_multiimap',
]


2. In project settings, add multiimap backend to the backend tuple::

AUTHENTICATION_BACKENDS = (
'django_multiimap.backend.Backend',
'django.contrib.auth.backends.ModelBackend',
)

3. In project settings, add an 'MULTIIMAP_SERVERS' dictionary like this::

MULTIIMAP_SERVERS = {
'domain': {'host': 'domain_address', 'group_name': 'the_group_name', 'superusers': ['address@email.com']},
'domain1': {'host': 'domain1_address', 'group_name': 'the_group_name1', 'superusers': []}
}

This module will create a group with a name like 'multiimap_group_%s' % domain where domain is the @domain.com in user email.
Users mail addresses in superuser list will be set as django superuser.

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