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Old 28th January 2006, 15:26
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Ok. Just come across /etc/postfix/postfix.spec.sf which is as follows:

Code:
#
# This file contains the following information:
#
# - configuration options used to build the installed postfix rpm
#   - generated when the binary rpm was built
#
# - Postfix RPM build instructions
#   - for upgrading the installed rpm with the same options
#   - for building the rpm with other options
#
# 1. CONFIGURATION OPTIONS OF INSTALLED BINARY RPM
#
# Package built on: fedora-release-2-4 (fedora-2.0)

POSTFIX_ALT_PRIO=30
POSTFIX_CDB=0
POSTFIX_DB=4
POSTFIX_IPV6=0
POSTFIX_LDAP=0
POSTFIX_MYSQL=0
POSTFIX_MYSQL_PATHS=0
POSTFIX_MYSQL_REDHAT=0
POSTFIX_PCRE=0
POSTFIX_PGSQL=0
POSTFIX_SASL=0
POSTFIX_SMTPD_MULTILINE_GREETING=1
POSTFIX_SPF=0
POSTFIX_TLS=1
POSTFIX_VDA=0

# export values to child processes
export POSTFIX_MYSQL POSTFIX_MYSQL_PATHS POSTFIX_MYSQL_REDHAT  POSTFIX_LDAP POSTFIX_PCRE POSTFIX_PGSQL  POSTFIX_SASL POSTFIX_SPF POSTFIX_TLS POSTFIX_IPV6 POSTFIX_VDA  POSTFIX_SMTPD_MULTILINE_GREETING POSTFIX_DB POSTFIX_INCLUDE_DB  POSTFIX_CDB POSTFIX_ALT_PRIO

# other options used in the build (but not explicitly changeable by the user) are:
# - debug=0
# - pcre_requires=pcre,
# - requires_zlib=0,
# - sasl_library=cyrus-sasl-devel
# - tlsfix=0
#
# /etc/postfix/makedefs.out is also produced by the build and may be of
# interest if you are building Postfix by hand.
The file date is back in June 2005 which is before I got the vps, so I'm guessing it's put there at build time.

Just guessing, but maybe
Code:
POSTFIX_SASL=0
is the reason postfix didn't install with sasl support?

If so, do I just change that to
Code:
POSTFIX_SASL=1
and uncomment
Code:
# - sasl_library=cyrus-sasl-devel
then re-install to get it to work as it should?

Really appreciate all your help. Thanks
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