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Author: Timothy Dewin
Function: Self Service Recovery Demo
Demo for self service recovery with VBO365 1.5 API Calls. Will do the authentication with an LDAP source (e.g. active directory), and then allow the user to restore it's own mails back to it's original location. Please download, modify maestroconf.json to reflect your environment. Change VBOMailBox to modify the selected user you want to a restore for.
Passing parameters will be done in the following order > Config > Overwrite with commandline parameters. Passwords can be passed via CLI or Config but will be interactively asked if not supplied. Passwords can not be empty
You need the GO compiler (referred to golang), set a GOPATH (workdirectory for GO) and Git. Might depend on the OS. Both Centos and Windows were tested and work.
For example Centos:
yum install git -y yum install golang -y export GOPATH=/usr/share/gopath mkdir $GOPATH
Refer to : https://golang.org/doc/install
Download and compile (will pull in the dependencies)
go get -d github.com/veeamhub/mailmaestro go install github.com/veeamhub/mailmaestro
Copy the binary and config and edit to reflect your env (for example add SSL keys)
export MAILMAESTROPATH=/usr/share/mailmaestro mkdir $MAILMAESTROPATH cp $GOPATH/src/github.com/veeamhub/mailmaestro/maestroconf.json $MAILMAESTROPATH cp $GOPATH/bin/mailmaestro $MAILMAESTROPATH
Running the code
$MAILMAESTROPATH/mailmaestro -config $MAILMAESTROPATH/maestroconf.json
Hopefully you get similar results
If you want to go more advanced, you can use https by using openssl to generate keys
openssl genrsa 2048 > $MAILMAESTROPATH/private.pem openssl req -new -x509 -key $MAILMAESTROPATH/private.pem -out $MAILMAESTROPATH/req.pem -days 3650
(If you are running this on windows, you can use http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/openssl.htm. Make sure OPENSSL_CONF is properly set eg : set OPENSSL_CONF=C:\d\openssl\share\openssl.cnf)
You can then edit maestroconf.json, or just supply via the cmdline e.g.
$MAILMAESTROPATH/mailmaestro -config $MAILMAESTROPATH/maestroconf.json -localkey $MAILMAESTROPATH/private.pem -localcert $MAILMAESTROPATH/req.pem
You can now browse to "https://myip:4123". Notice that the port remains the same, if both key and cert is supplied, the server starts in SSL mode automatically
Since the API are in beta, this might not work with final version. Also, this is a demo, please consider reviewing and updating the code if you want to use this in production.