LMTP AUTH with sendmail?
andreas at xss.co.at
Fri Apr 6 04:39:34 EDT 2007
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> i have a murder with different servers like imap smtp, configure cyrus
> with murder enabled and add the things i wrote before + many other things
> like authentication and so on... then it work.
ok, I see...
I was rather looking for a solution without cyrus-murder.
It seems to be possible with postfix or exim which seem
to have integrated the mail delivery functionality using
LMTP (using UNIX or INET socket family) directly into the
MTA (can anyone confirm that?), but sendmail seems to rely
on the external cyrus "deliver" program and I don't know
how to configure this combination to use LMTP AUTH (without
cyrus murder) - if it is possible at all!
Has anyone been there before?
- - andreas
Andreas Haumer | mailto:andreas at xss.co.at
*x Software + Systeme | http://www.xss.co.at/
Karmarschgasse 51/2/20 | Tel: +43-1-6060114-0
A-1100 Vienna, Austria | Fax: +43-1-6060114-71
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