On Mon, Jan 22, 2001 at 02:57:00PM +0900, Yutaka Sato wrote:
> On 01/19/01(19:25) you Christian Couder <email@example.com> wrote
> |'USER toto@titi..' is rewritten as 'pop://titi.com/toto'
> |and that's a problem because I would like
> |'USER toto@titi..' rewritten as 'pop://localhost/toto@titi..'
> Then add one more MOUNT like this:
> MOUNT="//* pop://localhost/*[%1@%0]"
> The input from client like "USER foo@bar" will be rewritten into
> canonical form "//bar/foo" then MOUNTED to "pop://localhost/foo@bar"
> by the above MOUNT parameter.
I see. I suppose this will work fine indeed.
> |Would it be possible to not have a user name with "@host" rewritten
> |to a canonical form like "//host/user" before MOUNT is applied ?
> No, at least in the current specification.
> |But it seems that MOUNT are not applied if the host is specified in
> |the SERVER parameter...
> Since I intend to control any rewriting by the generic "mount"
> mechanism, any exceptional jumper is not desired.
> |And I also would like to be able to do this kind of rewrites:
> |'USER toto_stuff' ---> 'pop://firstname.lastname@example.org'
> |'USER toto_stuff@titi..' ---> 'pop://email@example.com'
> |the 'stuff' part can change so I have to match the '_' character.
> A pair of MOUNT parameters:
> MOUNT="toto_* pop://firstname.lastname@example.org"
> MOUNT="//titi.com/toto_* pop://email@example.com"
> will do.
The problem here is that the 'toto' part can change too. In fact I would like the above rewrites to work for any 'toto' and any 'stuff'.
> Any problems should be solved by extending or generalizing the
> "mount", and generalizing matching and rewriting of MOUNT has
> been one of what must be done in future since the beginning of
> DeleGate. I realized a part of it in the last weekend and it
> will be available in the next release.
Could you send me your new 'mount.c' file or your changes, or tell me how I can get them ?
Do you already know what will be the general rules for matching and rewriting MOUNT ? Perhaps I can help you implement or test them.