Hi Kanzie ,
In order to authenticate on a virtual domain basis, you muse provide
the username including the domain, as:
USER [EMAIL PROTECTED]
This is, because since you can have multiple domains using only one IP
address the user must specify which domain does he belong.
That should solve your problem.
Have a nice Day !
El lun, 07-10-2002 a las 10:58, Christian [Kanzie] Nilsson escribió:
> Hello, My name is Kanzie and I am glad to be a new member to this list
> supporting a excellent tool.
> However I have run into problems getting it correctly configured and I do
> have spent my hours in all manuals and howtos I can find, not very many. The
> problem is still there and no matter what I try to think of or do it just
> wont go away. I am very new to Linux as a operative system which only
> contributes to the problem I guess ;-)
> To the facts, when I make a connection to port 110 the vchkpw-daemon greets
> me and everything seems fine, I enter USER $username
> get the OK, then enter
> and get Authentification failed as response.
> At first I thought it was something fishy with the crypt()-library but
> looking into the logs showed something else. The syslog says:
> Oct 7 18:03:02 morrison vpopmail: vchkpw: setgid 89 failed errno 1
> [EMAIL PROTECTED]:127.0.0.1
> The origin of the problem could be that I already had the GID 89 taken by
> some weird symba mailinglistmanager that I never installed. I did groupdel
> and userdel and then followed the instructions, but still...
> Thank in advance for any help I might get!
> BTW: The accounts is accurate
> Mandrake 8.2, paranoid-mode
> latest qmail with ezmlm and checkpasswd, though checkpasswd has been
> disabled for the use of vchkpw
> // Kanzie