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Old 10th May 2008, 20:33
Challenger Challenger is offline
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Hi Falko, and thanks for the pointer to the tutorial. I did as it suggested (but without the complete reinstall of postfix and procmail).

My /etc/postfix/main.cf and /etc/default/saslauthd are now the same as in the tutorial.

However I'm still having problems. My mail log file offers:

May 10 18:20:16 pooh postfix/smtpd[8139]: setting up TLS connection from unknown[xx.xx.xx.xx (real values removed)]
May 10 18:20:16 pooh postfix/smtpd[8139]: TLS connection established from unknown[xx.xx.xx.xx]: SSLv3 with cipher RC4-MD5 (128/128 bits)
May 10 18:20:16 pooh postfix/smtpd[8139]: warning: SASL authentication problem: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2: No such file or directory
May 10 18:20:16 pooh postfix/smtpd[8139]: warning: SASL authentication problem: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2: No such file or directory
May 10 18:20:16 pooh postfix/smtpd[8139]: warning: unknown[xx.xx.xx.xx]: SASL LOGIN authentication failed: authentication failure
May 10 18:20:17 pooh postfix/smtpd[8139]: warning: unknown[xx.xx.xx.xx]: SASL NTLM authentication failed: bad protocol / cancel
May 10 18:20:17 pooh postfix/smtpd[8139]: disconnect from unknown[xx.xx.xx.xx]

and of course my mail client reports that it is unable to send the message.

Any ideas? How / where should I have created the sasldb2 files / entries? Previously I have listed permitted users in an access file in the postfix directory (converted to .db format of course)...?

Andy
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