--On August 8, 2006 7:40:20 PM -0400 Gerard Seibert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Paul Schmehl 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
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
Thanks, that is what I did. I had to modify the
/usr/local/lib/smtpd.conf file, but that was about it.
Glad to hear it.
I do have one question though. The rc.d file has 'pam' listed rather
than sasldb for the '-a ' flag. I changed it there although the
directions said not too. Is there any reason that changing it in the rc.d
file is a bad thing?
Not a bad thing, but when the port gets updated, your changes will be
overwritten. Instead, use /etc/rc.conf:
I could not figure out what it meant to do
In general, you want to put variables for startup scripts in /etc/rc.conf,
rather than editing the individual startup files. The startup scripts
will source the /etc/rc.conf file and get the values of those variables
and use them when they run.
otherwise. Was I suppose to create another file that would override that
one? If so, what was the syntax of the file suppose to be? Anyway, it
works, so that is all I am really interested in at the moment.
Paul Schmehl ([EMAIL PROTECTED])
Adjunct Information Security Officer
The University of Texas at Dallas