Michael Bowe wrote:
> I will download, test, and will report back my findings soon (might 
> not be till tomorrow though sorry)

Thanks Michael,

Well, probably I don't understand the '-lcrypt' on lib_deps file. If I
insert that on lib_deps before compile courier, I couldn't do gmake:

gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I.     -I/home/vpopmail/include
-DHAVE_OPEN_SMTP_RELAY= -Wall -I.. -I./.. -c `test -f 'modauthvchkpw.c' ||
echo './'`modauthvchkpw.c
gcc  -I/home/vpopmail/include -DHAVE_OPEN_SMTP_RELAY= -Wall -I.. -I./..   -o
authvchkpw  modauthvchkpw.o libauthmod.a libauth.a ../numlib/libnumlib.a
../md5/libmd5.a ../sha1/libsha1.a -L/home/vpopmail/lib -lvpopmail -lcrypt
ld: -lcrypt: no match
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
gmake[2]: *** [authvchkpw] Error 1
gmake[2]: Leaving directory `/src/courier-imap-'
gmake[1]: *** [all] Error 2
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/src/courier-imap-'
gmake: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

If I don't insert '-lcrypt' before, I could do gmake.
Why? What -lcrypt? It's important to the open-relay function?

For my report, I could say what I've tryed:

1- with qmail-pop3d over ssl (with sslserver --> ucspi-ssl at
http://www.superscript.com/ucspi-ssl/intro.html) I could make a 'openssl
s_client -connect' and connect with a specific USER/PASS, that
is the daemon and the authentication work, but the open-relay not (I've the
open-smtp blank, and a tmp file (for example: open-smtp.tmp.1563) in

2- with courier-pop3s, if I don't use '-lcrypt' an I could gmake it, when I
make an 'openssl s_client -connect', with USER/PASS right or
wrong I've always the same prompt:

+OK Hello there.
+OK Password required.
PASS password

I don't know if that's ok. I know that with courier-pop3s I couldn't connect
to my server to download my emails.

Thanks for all Michael, I'm waiting for you :)

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