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Old 4th August 2006, 19:09
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Default SASL and TLS problems with Postfix on Ubuntu

I am trying to enable user authentication on breezy Ubuntu using Postfix, dovecot, sasl, and tls. I followed the instructions on the "perfect breezy isp" setup howto for postfix, sasl and tls. but when I telnet into port 25, I do not get a complete connection. I get STARTTLS, but I do not get the AUTH line. When I check my logs (/var/log/syslog) I find a line that says it cannot find the smtpd.key file (which is there) and that there is a TLS library problem. I really would like to get this going. I have been working on this for a couple of days, with no success on my own, so I am appealing for help if someone has the time.
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