Thanks Tom.

Commenting out the printf (only one) seems to have done the trick.

I'm still at a loss why on the other installation there was not the digascii text unless an actual auth fail occured...

Anyway, thanks again...
-jason


On Monday, October 13, 2003, at 10:41 PM, Tom Collins wrote:


On Monday, October 13, 2003, at 08:00 PM, ParkerArts Admin wrote:
Anyone...

I'm using an qmail-smtp auth patch (auth-jms1.3.patch) and vpopmail-5.3.28.
I can pop3 authorize just fine. but a test of smtp auth produces the following:


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[EMAIL PROTECTED]:etc # telnet 127.0.0.1 25
Trying 127.0.0.1...
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.
220 mydomain.com ESMTP
auth login
334 VXNlcm5hbWU6
<my base64 user account on the form [EMAIL PROTECTED]>
334 UGFzc3dvcmQ6
<my base64 passwd>
vchkpw: smtp auth
digascii: 9c816a55b58cd6a6c0bd7f746939008c, response: 235 ok, go ahead (#2.0.0)


502 unimplemented (#5.5.1)
quit
221 mydomain.com
Connection closed by foreign host.
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The current CVS version (to be released as 5.3.29) does not dump the "vchkpw: smtp auth" and "digascii..." lines to the SMTP session, which should take care of the problem. The CVS version also does a better job of figuring out that it's a SMTP session when running on a non-standard port.


You can either pull the latest vchkpw from the CVS repository on SourceForge, or just comment out those two printfs in the source and rebuild vchkpw.

Give it a shot, and let us all know how it turns out.

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