Can't log on to Cyrus POP3 - Solved
michuki at swiftkenya.com
Fri Mar 25 13:44:04 EST 2005
Wow!. Thx a bunch that seems to have sorted that one out.
I have another question. Has anyone managed to implement web-cyradm on
Freebsd 5.3 if so. Please help with some pointers.
I know this may not be the right list to post this, but am hoping that
someone here may have done so successfuly as i have run out of ideas.
after 3 days of googling.
I cant seem to log on to Web-cyradm with the above setup. At first i had
all the error
[error] PHP Fatal error: Undefined class name 'db' i
n /usr/local/www/web-cyradm/lib/crypto.php on line 27
after googling it was an issue with the include statement in my php.ini
So i added the include_path = ".:/usr/local/share/pear as recommended
after the pear install.
I realised that this did not resolve the problem since the DB.php file
runnning #pear install DB
generated this missing file but in /usr/local/lib/php/pear
I further went ahead and did an include to this path in php.ini
So now i get no errors on the http-error.log but whenever i try to log
in it returns to the log on page without any errors.
Thanks for your help once again.
On Fri, 2005-03-25 at 21:12, Andreas Winkelmann wrote:
> Am Freitag, 25. März 2005 18:06 schrieb Michuki Mwangi:
> > I get the following in /var/log/auth.log
> > Mar 25 19:56:42 mail saslauthd: do_auth : auth failure:
> > [user=info] [service=pop] [realm=] [mech=pam] [reason=PAM auth error]
> > Please note am using the same username and password for both IMAP and
> > POP. Please advice as to where i am going wrong.
> > The passwords in Mysql are encrypted using the Mysql ENCRYPT command.
> > I copied my /etc/pam.d/imap to pop3 since imap is working.
> > and looks as follows
> Look the "service" in the Message above. It is "pop" not "pop3", so
> copy ../pam.d/imap to ../pam.d/pop.
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