Nop, I'm using standard vpasswd.cdb files for authentication.

One question: which is the maximum amount of users I should handle using vpasswd.cdb files?

Thanks!


Ken Jones wrote:
On Thursday 19 May 2005 3:19 pm, Oscar Retana wrote:

Hello list.

I have a question, specially for Tom, since you already
know about the problem a bit (aug 2003).

Long ago someone posted this:

"I noticed something weird, call it a bug of spooky
feature =) its on you Now the thing is that I can send
email although vchkpw says that the password fails, but
yet when I enter the password wrong I am not able to send
email, and again it works when I enter right password.
Always the same error =) I had loglevel=e in configure
options, now when I changed it to y the error disappeared
and vchkpw works nicely."

Tom asked about the vpopmail version, "And to summarize,
the bug is that password fail is logged, even when
successful? And this only happens with loglevel=e, and not
loglevel=y. Correct?"

All this is happening to me now, with vpopmail version
5.4.9. I didn't specified any special configuration for
loglevel, so it's using the default value.

Did you found the root of this problem? I'm having weird
problems, for some users the smtp transactions take too
long, and the first thing I saw was this log message.
Maybe is not related, but I need to check this too.


If you are using a mysql backend, be sure the max_connections
is enough to handle smtp, pop, imap and local concurrency total
maxium connections.

Ken Jones

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