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Old 29th March 2007, 05:18
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Default Relayhost issue

I read through all of the relayhost post that I could find and I'm down to one problem. I'm not authenticating to my relayhost. The message that I receive on bounced email is:

'host outbound.mailhop.org[63.208.196.171]
said: 550 You must authenticate to use MailHop Outbound (in reply to MAIL
FROM command)'

I have check the main.cf and it points to /etc/postfix/sasl_passwd and the only line in the file reads:

'outbound.mailhop.org usrasswd'

after I created the file I ran postmap sasl_passwd to creat the db file and it seams to have worked fine. I'm not sure whare to go from here.

Any thoughts?
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Old 29th March 2007, 05:45
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Default Not sure why

I deleted the sasl_passwd.db file and regenerated it with postmap and it seams to be working fine now.

Is this normal? Should I have to delete the old file to replace it when I run postmap again?
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Old 30th March 2007, 14:45
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I deleted the sasl_passwd.db file and regenerated it with postmap and it seams to be working fine now.
Maybe the old sasl_passwd.db file was older than the sasl_passwd file (maybe you forgot to run postmap)?

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Is this normal? Should I have to delete the old file to replace it when I run postmap again?
Postmap replaces the old file automatically.
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Red face One last though

This one may take awhile. I think that I may have missed a step in the original OS install instruction that may be causing the problem. I may start from scratch tonight.
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