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XML API - Managing Security

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Maxime Grave
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Maxime Grave - 11:27am, Feb 4 2019

Hi,

I'm currently configuring an MDaemon server only with API.

But i don't see anything to configure SpamFilter, DKIM Verification, IPScreen, HostScreen, SPF check...

Is it a limitation on XML API ?

Or maybe the documentation doesn't exist ?

Any informations on that will be helpful

Thanks,

Maxime

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Keith Personett - Feb 4, 2019 12:11 pm (#1 Total: 2)  

 

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Keith Personett
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The XML API started off as a means of managing domains, users and lists and continues to grow. It is still very much in its infancy.

The XML API does not yet encompass all aspects of MDaemon Management.

Part of the reason is that for many of those things, either 1) they had not been requested yet or 2) there is no internal API for them and it would require digging through the MDaemon code to create an API set.

In some cases, if the information is stored in the MDaemon.ini file, you can use the generic ServerConfig operation (though use this with extreme caution, as there is no validation, it is possible that you could erase large parts of the MD configuration if you don't validate your request XML.

I will create Wish list Work Items for the items that you mentioned. My Personal goal is to eventually be able to configure every aspect of server operation via the XML API. With all of my other responsibilities, I can't give you a time frame on when any of them may show up in the product.

Maxime Grave - Feb 7, 2019 4:58 am (#2 Total: 2)  

 

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Hi Keith,

I understand. Maybe one day.

Do you have some informations on "ServerConfig" operation ? Is there any documentation on that ? Just to understand what it is.

Yes, since Mdaemon.ini and others .DAT file are just based text file, i'm sure there is some ways to change value on this file remotely.

Thanks,



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