That person would be me. There was a problem authenticating on a remote
mysql backend without the local directory. But my problem was solved
when I re-compiled the vpopmail, and set up the 's' flag to others on
vchkpw again (using vpopmail 5.3.30).
Hélio Rubens Kamogawa
+55 41 324-1993
On Sunday 25 January 2004 23:01, Tom Collins wrote:
> Someone on the list posted that SMTP AUTH would fail if the domain
> directory didn't exist, because vchkpw needed it. They were trying
> to set up a separate box for inbound SMTP, and it would only have the
> qmail control files and a link to MySQL to authenticate users.
> I just tried to verify that problem with 5.4.0-rc2, but could not
> reproduce it. SMTP AUTH worked for a domain without a directory.
> I'm closing out our open bug report. If the person who originally
> posted about it can get in touch with me, I'd like them to confirm
> that it still fails for them. It might be another problem that we
> should track down.
> Tom Collins - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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