Gerard Seibert wrote:
Apparently you're using the sasldb2 database for logins? If so, the sasldb2 database needs to be readable by postfix, and it has to be populated with the [EMAIL PROTECTED] that you need. Have you populated the db?Paul Schmehl 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)This is the contents: ## Global Values pwcheck_method: auxprop auxprop_plugin: sasldb log_level: 7 mech_list: PLAIN LOGIN
You would probably be better off using saslauthd as your pwcheck_method. Then start saslauthd with the -a sasldb flag. (See man 8 saslauthd.) Auxprop is an older method that wasn't very dependable.
-- Paul Schmehl ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) Adjunct Information Security Officer The University of Texas at Dallas http://www.utdallas.edu/ir/security/
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