.....Shame........ spotted it after a day and a half. I missed /bin out of the vchkpw command! Its not logging because its not calling the command at all! Oh well. Seems a bit rough that qmail-popup doesn't recognise that it being asked to invoke an invalid command though.
HM On Monday 16 December 2002 10:31, Howard Miller wrote: > After much searching, I cannot find any logging for vpopmail. The syslog > file has nothing from vpopmail in it. I did read a note on the inter7 > website that says logging only works with the MySql option. > > So I am stuck again. I have no idea why vchkpw is failing to authorise my > users, and I'm not at all sure how to track the problem down. > > Any further help appreciated. > > HM > > On Monday 16 December 2002 09:12, Bill Shupp wrote: > > On Monday, December 16, 2002, at 01:08 AM, Howard Miller wrote: > > > Hi, > > > > > > I'm having some problems with vpopmail. I have a working Qmail > > > installation, > > > and have just installed vpopmail on a HP-UX (11) server. I have > > > installed the > > > pop3 service exactly as per the installation instructions using > > > ucsp-tcp. > > > > > > I have done a number of installations before on Linux and it has > > > always worked > > > first time. > > > > > > However, I am now installing on HP-UX and am having problems. I tried > > > to test > > > pop3 using "telnet localhost 110". I get the correct prompts but I > > > always get > > > an "ERR Authorisation Failed", and I'm sure my user/pass combination is > > > correct. > > > > > > I'm really stuck, what is the best way to debug this, or does anybody > > > have a > > > bright idea?? > > > > Try compiling with --enable-logging=v and then check your mail logs. > > > > Bill -- Howard Miller GUIDE University of Glasgow T: +44 (0)141 330 3269