250-AUTH missing from telnet test
After following the FC4 Perfect Setup Howto today, I ran the command telnet localhost 25 and then the ehlo localhost command. I received the 250-STARTTLS response along with several other 250 responses, but did not get the 250-AUTH response. Will this cause me problems?
I have checked the main.cf file and all of the lines that were configured using the postconf -e command are present and correct.
> Ooops, I was wrong. I found the following typo: "smtpd_sasl_auth_enabled = yes" when it should have read "smtpd_sasl_auth_enable = yes" Made that change and restarted the computer. Tried the Telnet localhost 25 command again and now I get the following message:
Connected to localhost.localdomain (127.0.0.1).
Escape Character is '^]'.
Connection closed by foreign host.
No, I didn't see any 250 lines. So, I went into the main.cf file and erased everything that I had configured using the postconf -e command and then started that section over. Second time around seemed to work really well.
Also, since I did all this before you replyed to me, Falko, I don't know if the fix you suggested was what I needed to do or not.
But one thing I will say is that I have acquired more Linux experience in the last week than I have in the last 12 years. I can see a lot of similarities to the M$ world, but I'm really beginning to like Linux more the more I play with it. Just wish I would have started using it years ago. So, I'll say thank you for your Howtoforge website and all the help you give to those of us who are Linux illiterate.
I followed the instruction from ISP-Server Setup - Ubuntu 5.10 "Breezy Badger and everything worked fine, except the Postfix install/config (i think). When I telnet the server on port 25 i don't see any 250-AUTH lines only the following:
Could you tell me where am I wrong?
Have you restarted postfix after the configuration?
If this wont help, please post the content of the file /etc/postfix/main.cf
Yes, I have restarted postfix.
Here is the main.cf and I would like to mention that I had neither the 'myorigin = /etc/mailname' line. I have add it after the install and created the file also.
If yes, you should re-run the Postfix and saslauthd configuration and make sure to avoid typos.
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