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From: Joe Strusz <jstrusz@...>
Subject: Fwd: Re: postfix and SASL
Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2005 09:38:08 -0500
What the hell? >> /etc/sysconfig ???


Anyways.. i have those option set in /etc/conf.d/saslauthd and 
/etc/sasl2/smtpd.conf


still no go

keeps popping up the damn box

ill keep pulling my hair out until this is working... youd think this 
problem would be documented... somewhere

again, i've scavenged the forums, over and over again, and even 
googled... im about to say the hell with it, and just make it a damn 
open relay.


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>Subject: Re: [gentoo-security] postfix and SASL
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>Hmmm, mine loos like this:
>$ cat cat /etc/postfix/sasl/smtpd.conf
>pwcheck_method: saslauthd
>mech_list: plain login
>
>also -
>$ cat /etc/sysconfig/saslauthd
># $Id: saslauthd.sysconfig,v 1.1 2001/05/02 10:55:48 wiget Exp $
># Authentications mechanism (for list see saslauthd -v)
>SASL_AUTHMECH=pam
>
># Hostname for remote IMAP server (if rimap auth mech is used)
># Ldap configuration file (if ldap auth mech is used)
>SASL_MECH_OPTIONS=
>
># Extra options (for list see saslauthd -h)
>SASLAUTHD_OPTS=
>
>I remember having had a glithc with some named-pipe files - e.g.
>communication between postfix and saslauthd using different paths for
>communication.
>
>
><quote who="Joe Strusz">
> > How would i go about clearing out all the SASL config files, and
> > reemerging it?
> >
> > I tried deleted the /etc/sasl2/smtpd.conf
> >
> > then i ran emerge -C cyrus-sasl; emerge cyrus-sasl
> >
> > yet it didn't replace any config files...
> >
> >
> >
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> >>I ran the saslpasswd2 -c <username> command to no avail... im still
> >>receiving the blasted password prompt.
> >>
> >>I know that sasl uses sasldb2 by default, but i swear i changed that to
> >> pam.
> >>
> >>
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> >>>Joe Strusz wrote:
> >>>>OK, well i disabled the smtpd_tl_auth_only line.
> >>>>And now whenever i try to connect via say outlook express on a
> >>>>client machine...
> >>>>I check the box that says, "my outgoing server requires
> >>>>authentication", and i do get the password prompt, however
> >>>>whichever login/password i try to use it gets rejected, over and
> >>>>over and over again...
> >>>>any suggestions?
> >>>
> >>>SASL doesn't use system authentication (such as PAM/LDAP) by
> >>>default. It uses it's own password database (similar to the way samba
> >>> works).
> >>>
> >>>Make sure that you run:
> >>>
> >>>saslpasswd2 -c <username>
> >>>
> >>>to add the user (and their password) to the SASL authentication
> >>> database.
> >>>
> >>>--
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> >>>
> >>>          ~ Alfred Kinsey, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, 1948
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> >>
> >>Joe Strusz
> >>
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