timsieved sasl missing

Andrew Morgan morgan at orst.edu
Sat Oct 29 15:15:00 EDT 2005

On Sat, 29 Oct 2005, Ken Murchison wrote:

> Andrew Morgan wrote:
>> I've been trying to setup timsieved on my test cyrus box (v2.2.12), but I 
>> seem to be missing something, probably obvious.
>> I have a working installation of cyrus with imap, imaps, and lmtp.  I use 
>> saslauthd.  I added a stanza for timsieved in cyrus.conf, and I can 
>> successfully telnet to the sieve port.  sivtest returns the following:
>> ---------------------------------------------
>> [root at mail1 config]# sivtest -a cyrus localhost
>> S: "IMPLEMENTATION" "Cyrus timsieved v2.2.12"
>> S: "SIEVE" "fileinto reject envelope vacation imapflags notify subaddress 
>> relational comparator-i;ascii-numeric regex"
>> S: OK
>> Authentication failed. generic failure
>> Security strength factor: 0
>> ---------------------------------------------
>> It never asks me for a password, and I appear to be missing a SASL 
>> capabilities line following the IMPLEMENTATION line.  I don't know why 
>> sieve isn't detecting my sasl settings from imapd.conf.  Here are my sasl 
>> settings:
> If you try imtest, do you get any AUTH=<mech> capabilities (I'm guessing 
> not).  I'm sure its detecting your SASL settings, but its not finding your 
> SASL plugins.  Where did you install them?  If they aren't in /usr/lib/sasl2, 
> you can just make a symlink from directory to directory.

I don't see an AUTH=<mech> capabilities with imtest.  I'm using the Debian 
sarge libsasl2 package, which installed libsasldb libraries in 
/usr/lib/sasl2/.  However, I am using 'saslauthd -a pam', so I don't 
expect it to be looking for the sasl plugins anyways.


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