Gerard Seibert wrote:
Sasl is attempting to use sasldb2 *before* it uses /etc/passwd (or pam, as the case may be.) It's harmless in any case. What do you have in the smtpd.conf file? (/usr/local/lib/sasl2/smtpd.conf)FreeBSD 6.1 STABLEI have SASL and Postfix installed and for the most part they seem to work all right together. However, there is one small problem. When attempting to send a message from one of the PC's on the network, actually any PC on the network except for the one with Postfix installed on it, this error message is inserted into the maillog file. Aug 8 10:11:32 scorpio postfix/smtpd: connect from boss.seibercom.net[192.168.0.4] Aug 8 10:11:32 scorpio postfix/smtpd: warning: SASL authentication failure: no user in db Aug 8 10:11:32 scorpio postfix/smtpd: 859B9BD6C: client=boss.seibercom.net[192.168.0.4], sasl_method=LOGIN, [EMAIL PROTECTED] All of the users are authenticated. Exactly what is it referring to and how do I correct it? The mail does get relayed however, so it is not a fatal warning.
-- Paul Schmehl ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) Adjunct Information Security Officer The University of Texas at Dallas http://www.utdallas.edu/ir/security/
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