Debian Postfix backports and SASL2

Markus Welsch markus.welsch at
Tue Apr 29 07:16:34 EDT 2003


> I suspect that re-compiling might be the best idea for my situation.  I'm
> currently looking at this.

Well here we use a script which reads in a short interval the 
users/passwords out from a mysql database and creates the SASLv1 file. 
With this it doesn't matter if the MySQL server is down once ...

> At the moment, I've turned it off due to problems with it accessing the
> mysql socket - but I think I know a way around that, and shall probably try
> chrooting it again once I've got it to a fully working state.

Well you just need to configure mysql to put the socket in the 
/var/spool/postfix directory. Could be a problem though if you run MySQL 
also chrooted :-)



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