Hello Thomas,

Yes, I know it's hard to believe, maybe I forget to reload smtpd.conf after I
made the edit, but I don't think so. 

Yes, secrets exists and has valid login info. I tested the info with Thunderbird
on a client and was able to send an email
> ---------- Original Message ----------
> From: Thomas Bohl <opensmtpd-misc-64...@aloof.de>
> Date: April 4, 2019 at 6:55 PM
> Hello,
> > action “relay” relay user username host smtp+tls://b...@smtp.example.com 
> > auth <secrets>
> > It worked fine until late March.
> Hard to believe, since it is a syntax error.
> > smtpd -n was ok after user [username] was removed but the relay no 
> > longer functioned. The main cause seems to be a lack of authentication 
> > as I get a "mta error reason=AUTH rejected: 535 Authentication failed" 
> > when I try to send an email while running smtpd -dv.
> <secrets> exists or smtpd wouldn't start.
> An entry for bob exist or a warning would appear.
> An authentication is attempted or "530 Authentication required" would 
> (most likely) appear.
> 1. Is bob still an active account on smtp.example.com?
> 2. Is the password in <secrets> still valid?
> 3. Is smtp.example.com still the preferred smarthost in the eyes of its 
> provider?
> 4. Is your IP on a blacklist? https://www.dnsbl.info/
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