mod_rewrite — http(8gx) processing plugin for altering HTTP request URIs before processing
mod_rewrite can alter request URIs. It runs before any of the other built-in or HTTP processing modules.
This (built-in) plugin shares http.cfg. See http(8gx).
The filemap that specifies which URIs to handle is rewrite.txt, which is searched for in config_file_path. The usual location is /etc/gromox/rewrite.txt.
Each line in this file consists of 3 columns separated by whitespace:
A POSIX Basic Regular Expression (cf. regcomp(3)) for matching the original URI.
The fixed sequence "=>".
Replacement string. Captures can be spliced using \1, \2, .. up to a maximum of \9. The sequence \0 splices the entire string (equivalent of Perl's $&).
If the file has no lines, no paths will be rewritten. If the file is absent however, a set of default entries will be used.
/autodiscover/autodiscover.xml => \0/EWS/autodiscover.php /EWS/Exchange.asmx => \0/EWS/exchange.php /OAB/oab.xml => \0/EWS/oab.php \(/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync\) => \1/grommunio-sync/index.php \(/.well-known/autoconfig/mail/config-v1.1.xml\) => \1/well-known/autoconfig-mail.php
config_file_path/rewrite.txt: Rewrite map specifying which paths this plugin shall handle.