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Old 6th August 2012, 07:35
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For Postfix, you must modify the mysql*.cf files in the /etc/postfix/ directory. The same has to be done for dovecot.conf (which is either in /etc/or /etc/dovecot/). Restart both daemons afterwards.
Thanks for your replay.
  • Dovecot:
    • there is no direct password field in dovecot.conf. it is in dovecot-sql.conf.
    • it only uses the Ispconfig user password not the root.
    • However the password in encrypted. can you tell me the encryption method or how can I make like that?
  • Postfix:
    • Postfix also do the same. unless I change the ISPConfig's user password, change is not needed. but the encryption is same here.

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Old 7th October 2013, 08:59
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Thanks to everybody for the help.
Please visit this link. I tried to solve it. Now this solution works just fine for me. I guess it might help you.

And feel free to advice or ask questions. We will be pleased to help you.

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