Johannes Findeisen wrote:|
Didn't see this asked or answered earlier, but are you running a recent enough version of vpopmail that it supports cram-md5 auth? Also, are you running with cleartext passwords enabled? These both must be true for cram-md5 to work. Perhaps you should try forcing KMail to use plain or login, or test them yourself with telnet and perl.What have you tried?I'm using KMail in KDE and it has a function in the server setup where i can check what auhentication methods are supported by the server. KMail said that PLAIN, LOGIN and CRAM-MD5 are supported. When i'm configuring my SMTP Setup for using CRAM-MD5 the server said "authorization failed (#5.7.0)".
Hope that Helps,Okay, i have found a permission problem on the dirs and smtp-after-pop is working now but shouldn't smtp-auth work too? It doesn't! I got the above message when trying to send a mail before i have logged in via pop3. hanez