dovecot Warning: userdb passwd: Move templates args to overr

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mister_v
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dovecot Warning: userdb passwd: Move templates args to overr

Post by mister_v »

Hello,

I get the following error messages in my log files:

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May  4 19:52:21 HOST dovecot[12567]: auth: Warning: userdb passwd: Move templates args to override_fields setting
May  4 19:52:21 HOST dovecot[12567]: auth-worker(23771): Warning: userdb passwd: Move templates args to override_fields setting
What should I do?
mister_v
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Re: dovecot Warning: userdb passwd: Move templates args to o

Post by mister_v »

I also get this message with restarting dovecot:

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dovecot[26816]: master: Warning: /boot is no longer mounted. See http://wiki2.dovecot.org/Mountpoints
Why does dovecot needs boot ?
mister_v
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Re: dovecot Warning: userdb passwd: Move templates args to o

Post by mister_v »

Ok I read http://wiki2.dovecot.org/Mountpoints

Dovecot wants to keep track of mountpoints that might contain emails. If such a mountpoint is suddenly not mounted, it's handled as an error condition rather than as "this is a new user". This prevents other confusion that follows such a situation.

And it can be removed with:

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doveadm mount remove /boot
mister_v
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Re: dovecot Warning: userdb passwd: Move templates args to o

Post by mister_v »

For my first problem:

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May  4 19:52:21 HOST dovecot[12567]: auth: Warning: userdb passwd: Move templates args to override_fields setting
May  4 19:52:21 HOST dovecot[12567]: auth-worker(23771): Warning: userdb passwd: Move templates args to override_fields setting
I comment out args:

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userdb {
  driver = passwd
#  args = /etc/dovecot/users.conf
}
in /etc/dovecot/conf.d/auth-passwdfile.conf.ext

the pass-file was already in passdb{}.

That solved my problem.
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