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@@ -28,38 +28,28 @@ server for outgoing e-mail.
#. Log in to server
- $ ssh -vNfL 389:localhost:389 <remote server>
+ $ ssh -vvvNfL <port>:localhost:<port> <remote server>
-This opens an ssh-tunnel and returns to standard prompt. Locally, you may want
-to use the standard LDAP port 389, or some unprivileged port.
-#. Add a new mailbox.
+ $ sudo ssh -vvvNf -l <your usrname at server> -i <ssh-key> \
+ -L 389:localhost:389 <remote server>
- $ fripost-adduser
+This opens an ssh-tunnel and returns to standard prompt. Locally, you
+may want to use the standard LDAP port 389, or some unprivileged
+port. Since 389 is a privileged port, you need sudo rights
-#. Create a random new password
+It is not possible to use the -N flag in ~/.ssh/config, so you need to
+use the command line
- $ fripost-mkpass
+#. The script to run to use the functions is fripost:
-#. Add a new alias to the system
+ $ ./fripost
- $ fripost-newalias
+The script has an integrated manual you can read using e.g.,
-The script prompts first for goto address, which is where the new alias is
-supposed to point to, and later for alias. It is not necessary to add domain for
-goto address, BUT for alias address.
-#. Add a new domain to the system
- $ fripost-newdomain
-#. Change password of user
- $ fripost-passwd
-All these scripts have an integrated manual you can read using e.g.,
-`fripost-adduser --man'. A short help is also available with e.g.,
+A short help is also available with e.g., `fripost--help'.