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Old 21st November 2005, 19:16
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Default Unable to retrieve email

After reading "The perfect setup" procedures, I have installed Debian Sarge 3.1 on my computer. It works fine.
I have also applied the procedures described in "Virtual Users and domains with Postfix, Courier and MySql", but when I try to get the virtual user email with my email client, the system returns the following error: LOGIN FAILED.

When I run:
telnet server1.testliceo2.it pop3

after entering:

USER webmaster
PASS mypassword

I get the error message: Err - Login failed

(webmaster@testliceo2.it is a virtual user inserted in MySql 'users' table; testliceo2.it is both a real domain and a virtual domain in 'domains' table)

Can anyone help me?
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