I think your problem is that your 'system' does not know of your users existence. Having configured PAM is not enough, you need to make your unix 'system' aware of your users via Name Service. Example: If you are using LDAP, you can install the nss_ldap module from http://www.padl.com And then put something like this in /etc/nsswitch.conf (Solaris,Linux) passwd: files ldap shadow: files ldap group: files ldap > Date: Sat, 07 Aug 1999 23:33:54 +0000 > From: Paul Black <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Subject: (RADIATOR) Sendmail & Radiator > > I've now got my POP server authenticating from Radiator and I thought I would > be ready to go ahead and use authentication from a database. When I tried to > send an email to a test user in the Radiator database I received an error > message from sendmail. The message said that the test user did not exist, ie > he was not in the password file. > > Has anyone come across this problem before and managed to solve it? > > Regards. Paul > > === > Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/ > To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with > 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message. > Valentin Tumarkin Xpert Trusted Systems === Archive at http://www.thesite.com.au/~radiator/ To unsubscribe, email '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' with 'unsubscribe radiator' in the body of the message.