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Hi again

Now I have SMTP auth problem. When I try to send mail via my own mail server. And put require auth for smtp it doesn't accept my password on thunderbird it's just keep asking it again and again, and it doesnt send my mail.

Im using Suse 9.3 and did perfect setup.

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Old 1st August 2005, 15:03
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Did you specify a user name and a password in Thunderbird under Tools -> Account Settings -> Outgonig Server (SMTP)?

What does your maillog say?
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Did you specify a user name and a password in Thunderbird under Tools -> Account Settings -> Outgonig Server (SMTP)?

What does your maillog say?
Yes I did specify username and password for outgoing mail SMTP.

Here is error log:

Aug 1 14:32:32 fusion postfix/smtpd[15791]: warning: SASL authentication failure: Password verification failed
Aug 1 14:32:32 fusion postfix/smtpd[15791]: warning: unknown[195.197.240.40]: SASL PLAIN authentication failed
Aug 1 14:32:32 fusion postfix/smtpd[15791]: warning: unknown[195.197.240.40]: SASL LOGIN authentication failed
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Yes I did specify username and password for outgoing mail SMTP.

Here is error log:

Aug 1 14:32:32 fusion postfix/smtpd[15791]: warning: SASL authentication failure: Password verification failed
Aug 1 14:32:32 fusion postfix/smtpd[15791]: warning: unknown[195.197.240.40]: SASL PLAIN authentication failed
Aug 1 14:32:32 fusion postfix/smtpd[15791]: warning: unknown[195.197.240.40]: SASL LOGIN authentication failed
And you're sure you provided the right username (webxx_..., not the email address) and password?
Is saslauthd running on your SuSE system?
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Old 1st August 2005, 15:43
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And you're sure you provided the right username (webxx_..., not the email address) and password?
Is saslauthd running on your SuSE system?
Im 100% precent sure that im using name username and password for sending and receiving mail.

saslauthd is running.

(I tested without any username and password and did manage to send email, under same network)

Actually there is another problem too that i found in mailog:

Aug 1 15:24:07 fusion imapd: Failed to create cache file: maildirwatch (web1_joakim)
Aug 1 15:24:07 fusion imapd: Error: Input/output error

This has something to do with FAM, fam service is running btw.

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Im 100% precent sure that im using name username and password for sending and receiving mail.
Can you check if the user in question has entries in /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow?
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