Subject: Re: Sendmail SMTP auth w/ SASL2
To: Adrian Portelli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Chris Ross <email@example.com>
Date: 11/17/2004 13:34:07
No. What's cy2-login? Where should I've seen that I need it?
Adrian Portelli wrote:
> You do have cy2-login installed dont you ?
Adrian Portelli also wrote:
> Sorry, I should probably explain myself a little better:
> When you do an "EHLO foo.bar" the server should respond with the auth mechanisims it supports e.g. PLAIN, LOGIN etc
Yeah. I was too brief on that in my original email. I indicated
that I was seeing that line, but didn't give the whole thing.
A EHLO localhost will give me, amonst other info:
250-AUTH DIGEST-MD5 CRAM-MD5
Is there something else I should see in this line other than
DIGEST-MD5 and CRAM-MD5?
> Chris Ross wrote:
>> Hi there. I have a 2.0_RC4 machine that I'm trying to get SMTP
>> AUTH working on.
>> I've built the pkgsrc sendmail 8.12.11 and replaced the system
>> sendmail with it. It seems to work alright, and "AUTH ..." is
>> listed in response to EHLO.
>> However, when prompted for a password, I give it only to be
>> prompted again by my client. The /var/log/authlog on the server
>> Nov 17 09:55:08 harmony sm-mta: could not find auxprop plugin,
>> was searching for [all]
>> Nov 17 09:55:08 harmony sm-mta: OTP: auxprop backend can't
>> store properties
>> I'm not sure why it's trying to use auxprop, nor do I know
>> how to have it find it, if that is what I want to do.
>> I've installed saslauthd, and it's running (-a getpwent). But,
>> I don't think it's being used. I've created a
>> which contains only the line:
>> pwcheck_method: saslauthd
>> Does anyone see anything obvious I've done wrong? Thanks...