Ispconfig3 + smtp-auth problem
I got my first ISPConfig3 installation, up and running on a Debian Etch 4.0 clean install. Everything works perfect except for the smtp-auth.
I'm not sure what does ispconfig3 use for smtp-auth and if the 126.96.36.199 beta version comes with smtp auth pre-configured ?
I'm asking this because without modifying any settings the pop3 works ok, smtp works ok but smtp+auth fails, it keeps asking for the username's password in my e-mail client when trying to send e-mails to other domains.
When looking in the mail.log file i get the following :
warning: SASL authentication problem: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2: No such file or directory
I mention that the file /etc/sasldb2 exists and has the following privileges.
( :/etc# ls -l | grep sasldb2
-rw-rw---- 1 root sasl 12288 2008-10-01 00:57 sasldb2
Thanks in advance.
ISPConfig does not use sasldb2, instead it authenticates against the mysql database.
ok, then which configuration file tells postfix to authenticate against mysql ?
Shouldn't there be a smtpd.conf in /etc/postfix/sasl that tells postfix which authentication mechanism to use ?
( i'm asking this because on my system there is no smtpd.conf under /etc/postfix/ )
As far as i've understood the setup in ISPConfig3 uses courier-authdaemon for authentication with the mysql database. Is this correct ?
thanks in advance
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