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AUTH_ENUMERATE(3)					      Double Precision, Inc.						 AUTH_ENUMERATE(3)

auth_enumerate - Obtain list of accounts SYNOPSIS
#include <courierauth.h> auth_enumerate(int (*callback_func) (const char *, uid_t, gid_t, const char *, const char *, const char *, void *), void *callback_arg); DESCRIPTION
auth_enumerate enumerates all of the available accounts. auth_enumerate repeatedly calls callback_func, once for each account. callback_func receives the following arguments: o Account name. o Account's numeric userid. o Account's numeric groupid. o Account's home directory. o Account's mailbox (if defined, may be NULL, which indicates the default mailbox location). o Account's options string (if defined, may be NULL) o callback_arg, verbatim. After invoking callback_func for the last account, auth_enumerate invokes callback_func one more time with all parameters set to NULL or 0. If auth_enumerate encounters an error it will terminate without calling callback_func with all NULL or 0 parameters. This can be used to determine whether a partial list of accounts was received. Note Some back-end Courier authentication modules do not implement account enumeration, so this function may not be available in all configurations. SEE ALSO
authlib(3)[1], auth_generic(3)[2], auth_login(3)[3], auth_getuserinfo(3)[4], auth_passwd(3)[5]. NOTES
1. authlib(3) authlib.html 2. auth_generic(3) auth_generic.html 3. auth_login(3) auth_login.html 4. auth_getuserinfo(3) auth_getuserinfo.html 5. auth_passwd(3) auth_passwd.html Double Precision, Inc. 08/23/2008 AUTH_ENUMERATE(3)

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