Well,

options are:

enable roaming users, enable default quota, enable tcpserver
file(/home/vpopmail/etc/tcp.smtp), enable ucspi-dir, enable passwd=y.

That's all.

Hope this is better, sorry but it's a real problem for me...

Thanks,
        
        Andrea

-----Original Message-----
From: Peter Palmreuther [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] 
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 3:45 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [vchkpw] Urgent!!! Vchkpw cannot authenticate virtual users!


Hi Andrea,

On Mon, 16 Dec 2002 15:09:01 +0100
"Andrea Russo" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote (Quoting repaired):

>> Please post all necessary details.
>> For example: what's your configure options for vpopmail, what the 
>> complete invocation of vchkpw, IOW how do you start POP3 daemon, 
>> what's logged to syslog when authentication failed?

> For everything I mean that on 'telnet localhost 110' command I can see 
> the server responding me, I can type 'user [EMAIL PROTECTED]' and 'pass 
> test', but after <enter> I see the message authentication failed.
> 
> Taking a look to the mail log I see: user not found [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... 
> Dont't ask me why.

I don't ask you why this happens, if you'd know you wouldn't ask for help. I
ask you for _DETAILS_. I repeat:

Please post all necessary details.
For example: what's your configure options for vpopmail, what the complete
invocation of vchkpw, IOW how do you start POP3 daemon, what's logged to
syslog when authentication failed?

The last question is answered, 2 questions still left unanswered.

This list can't help unless all necessary details are known.
-- 
Peter





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