Woo hoo! Recompile of Courier did the trick! (minor snafu, must 'make' Courier as root now to have rights to the libs in /home/vpopmail/lib)
Thanks gang, this has been a long, hard journey. Finally working: qmail w/patches, courier, vpopmail, mysql 3.23, smtp-auth. I'm off to try SSL auth. Thanks again! Dave. ---------- Original Message ---------------------------------- From: Jesse Guardiani <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 09:46:16 -0500 >On Thursday 20 February 2003 09:41, David Richardson wrote: >> Thanks to the lists' advice to make distclean and reconfig and recompile >> was great! HOWEVER, something laying around (maybe not vpopmail?) is >> generating this 'maillog' entry (Redhat linux 7.3): >> >> "Feb 20 08:32:07 (edited hostname) imapd: could not connect to mysql update >> server Access denied for user: 'root@localhost' (Using password: YES)" > >Not too sure about the history behind this thread, but I know that if you change >anything in vpopmail and recompile, you'll have to recompile Courier-IMAP too. > >Of coarse, you may not be using courier-imap. In that case, what are you using, >and how are you authenticating? (Direct MySQL? vpopmail auth module? etc...) > > >> >> This is blocking authentication requests. Above this error in the log are >> the correct username and password values coming from the running >> "checkpassword" (or vchkpw?) >> >> I've checked the vpopmail mysql tables, they're all square after I did >> vadddomain and vadduser. Obviously most of vpopmail knows how to talk to >> the mysql db as the vpopmail defined user (which isn't "root") >> >> Knowing that I screwed up the initial install and then recompiled from >> "clean", is there an obvious place to see if the username/password is >> misdefined elsewhere? >> >> I appreciate the help! >> Dave (again) >> >> >> ---------- Original Message ---------------------------------- >> From: Brian Kolaci <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> >> Reply-To: Brian Kolaci <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> >> Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 08:44:51 -0500 (EST) >> >> >As long as the permissions are correct, and you allow CREATE >> >permission to the id/password you put in vmysql.h, then the >> >tables will auto-create when you run the system, i.e. create >> >a domain. >> > >> >Thanks, >> > >> >Brian >> > >> > > I don't have any vpopmail related tables in my Mysql vpopmail database >> > > after >> > >> >installation. >> > >> > > I discovered that during the install of vpopmail I typo'd the vpopmail >> > >> >password I wanted to use in the mysql db. I assume that as a result of >> > that error that the tables didn't created properly. >> > >> > > I've tried rerunning the `make install` and `make install-strip` with >> > > all my >> > >> >passwords aligned and db access verified, but no soup. >> > >> > > I can't find a schema dump for the vpopmail tables by Googling either. >> > > >> > > What should I do? (please be kind with that sort of question ;-) ) >> > > THANKS! >> > > Dave.