postfix to cyrus-imap via lmtp?
simon.matter at ch.sauter-bc.com
Wed Oct 20 02:25:42 EDT 2004
>> My first guess was, and now again is, that you have a mix of sasl1 and
>> sasl2 on your system. Postfix was a bit of a problem because you
>> have it support LDAP and SASL2 at the same time when your OpenLDAP was
>> using SASL1. You may ldd check your postfix binaries.
> Your are probably right. Postfix was installed from a Debian package. But
> cyrus-sasl and cyrus-imap were installed from source. The end result is
> that the sasl libs used by postfix are not the sasl libs it was built
> Not sure where I'll go next. I could build postfix from source as well, I
> do need sasl support for SMTP AUTH. Or, I could give courier-imap a try to
> see if I can get away with stock Debian packages.
Why don't you use Debian packages for cyrus-sasl, cyrus-imapd and postfix?
While not being a Debian user I'm quite sure those packages exist and will
prevent from such mess.
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