It'd probably be better to just recompile vpopmail without clear passwords.
-Clayton -----Original Message----- From: Marco [mailto:marco@;ellusion-networks.com] Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 12:56 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [vchkpw] vpop and mysql problems (migration from linux to solaris) don't mind me, i was just babbling some thoughts earlier without merit. I tested my theory by deleting the clear text password in mysql and i can still authenticate. Anyways, I'm sure it can't hurt to recompiling vpopmail with --enable-clear-passwd=n. For some reason it seems to be trying to access that pw_clear_passwd table which doesnt exist. I really don't know why it is trying to access it. a quick hack might be to create the pw_clear_passwd field, just to satisfy it being there and see if its even gets populated. ----- Original Message ----- From: "nicholas" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 3:58 PM Subject: Re: [vchkpw] vpop and mysql problems (migration from linux to solaris) > Thanks for your answer > > Do you mean --enable-clear-passwd=n here? > Im sure i didnt compile it with yes to clear passwords, and trawling > through the database they look pretty encypted to me > > nicholas > > > I've wondered about the clear passwords. Whether or not i compile > > vpopmail with --enable-clear-passwd=y it still stores a clear text > > password. I was wondering if it does this regardless. It seems that > > its trying to pull the password from the pw_clear_password field and not > > the encrypted one. My thoughts are maybe vchkpw doesn't even match > > against the encrypted password, but only matches against the clear text > > password. > > > > Any thoughts? > > > > > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "nicholas" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > > Sent: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 3:39 PM > > Subject: [vchkpw] vpop and mysql problems (migration from linux to > > solaris) > > > > > >> hello all > >> > >> Having a little problem here, and thought i would seek help. > >> > >> I have a working vpopmail 5.3.7 on linux with mysql 3.23.32 and qmail, > >> and I want to move the environment over to a solaris box. > >> The solaris box is Solaris 8 with vpopmail 5.3.7 and mysql 3.23.42 and > > qmail. > >> > >> I compile and install vpopmail with nice options on the solaris box, > >> tar up the relevant /home/vpopmail/domains etc temp user and other > >> stuff (no bin or libs of course) and also copy them across to the > >> solaris machine > >> > >> Then on the Linux box I do a mysqldump --opt vpopmail > vpopmail.sql > >> and populate the mysql database on the solaris box with vpopmail.sql I > >> connect to the new sql server and check, the data seems there. > >> > >> but when I telnet to 110 to my new solaris server to see if it all > >> works i get this > >> > >> user <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > >> ok > >> pass xxxxxxxx > >> vmysql: sql error: Unknown column 'pw_clear_passwd' in 'field list' > >> -ERR authorization failed > >> Connection closed by foreign host > >> > >> Now, Im not too up on the tables and fields the vpopmail populates in > >> a mysql database but surely for the same version of vpopmail on > >> different OSes, i should have no problem > >> Can anyone enlighten me on this error, my SQL needs improving. > >> > >> Many thanks > >> > >> nicholas > > > > >