Yah, your problem is when saslauth and smtp are chrooted they do not
have there unix socket that they use to communicate. When saslauthd normally
starts i believe it makes a socket at /var/run/mux i'm not near my machine
to confirm this, but assuming your postfix chroot is /var/spool/postfix you
would do:

# mkdir -p /var/spool/postfix/var/run/mux

and when you start saslauth use the -m option and specify the path to the
chroot location.

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