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    sorry27 is offline Member
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    Hi,

    I have a ZCS in a multiserver system, and I have a doubt.

    This are my nodes:

    2 server LDAP
    1 server proxy
    2 server mailbox

    The ZM_AUTH_TOKEN (is used from nginx's reverse proxy to routing the user to correct mailhost ) is written by mailbox that has authenticated the user (the mailbox is choosed by IPHASH method).

    However, once the user has successfully authenticated , he must be redirected to his own mailbox, so that he can access his mailbox.

    how can the mailbox (where the user resides) check if ZM_AUTH_TOKEN is valid? It's possible that this has been written by another mailbox!!!

    The ZM_AUTH_TOKEN has been storaged in ldap by the mailbox that authenticated the user?

    Thanks in advanced,

    Andrea

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    ZM_AUTH_TOKEN is independent of mailbox servers. It is validated using the key stored in LDAP.

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    Hi,

    where is the key in LDAP? In which branch?

    Thanks,
    Andrea

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    zimbraAuthTokenKey globalConfig attr.

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    Thanks for your response.

    It's avaible the nginx's patch to manage th ZM_AUTH_TOKEN?
    What is the nginx's version supported?

    Thanks,
    Andrea

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