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I did create a separate user for this. And after it worked I deleted this test user.
Then I realised that the cyrus-imap mail box was still there. And when I recreated
the user I was able to login and access the mail with all the test mails still there.
So don't forget to delete the mailbox by hand when you delete a user
Accepted AnswerNick HowittOffline
Accepted AnswerThanks for the answer. This would work, I know.
But that is not what i meant.
I have created a user in Webconfig and I want that user not to sent and
receive emails. Stop sending is no problem. I just disable IMAP and SMTP.
But the user would still get emails. Filling up a unused mailbox
Accepted AnswerPatrick de BrabanderOffline
Gabriel Flepp wrote:
Is it possible to create a User without an email address?
I mean I can disable the access to the IMAP server. But I can't delete the email address.
So email is still delivered and can't be read...
useradd -u 1100 -g 63000 -s /bin/bash username
Check if the userid 1100 is still free
Groupid 63000 is "Allusers"