I am trying to get a clearer picture of what --enable-auth-logging does.
The configure --help tells me that:
"--enable-auth-logging=y|n Turn on (y) or off (n, default) logging
authentication attempts, only valid for mysql and oracle"
but then how does that relate to:
"--enable-mysql-logging=y|n Turn on (y) or off (n, default) logging
detailed authentication attempts, only valid for mysql"
Does that mean that auth-logging is also responsible for information that
ends up in the syslog?
Also the screen after my configure (the configure summary screen?) conflicts
with the configure --help. My summary screen says:
"auth logging = ON --enable-auth-logging=y (default)"
which is obviously contradictory to the line at the beginning of my message
about what the --help contains.
The vpopmail version I am running 5.3.20. I know that it is out of date, but
it is installed in a production server cluster so I am not willing to play
"Russian roulette" with a new version.