lmtpd -a and unified murder
janne.peltonen at helsinki.fi
Wed Apr 25 03:42:44 EDT 2007
On Tue, Apr 24, 2007 at 02:01:08PM -0700, Andrew Morgan wrote:
> >valid authentication mechanisms available and gives up. So. Is there a
> >way to configure lmtpd so that it won't expect being able to
> >authenticate to the remote backend (sic) and just proxies through
> >everything it gets?
> Nope. I beat my head against this for a while myself and finally
> configured my MTA (postfix) to use authentication when talking to lmtp.
> Previously, I was using pre-authentication and tcp-wrappers.
OK, thanks, that's what I thought. *sigh*
Now, the Murder here will receive mail from two different
systems: mail that's addressed directly to users' personal mailboxes
comes from our spam-scanner machines, and list-mail comes from the list
server (which receives the mail through the spam-scanners, so that we
don't have to scan mail for spam for every member of every list
separately). The spam-scanners are modern Linux machines, and we have no
trouble configuring the Sendmails there to use authentication, but the
list server is a Tru64 system - and whatever we do, we don't seem to get
the Sendmail there to authenticate succesfully; as far as we understand,
the Sendmail config there is identical to the Sendmail config on the
Linux machines that work. Our best guess is that the SASL library is
just too old (and newer versions don't seem to be available for Tru64).
So, dear all: might it be possible that Cyrus SASL 1.5.28 is 'just too
old'? Or are there some Catch-22's in its configuration with a
Sendmail that wants to use authentication (the version we've here is
8.14.1)? Or are there some people who've succesfully compiled a newer
SASL on a Tru64?
Janne Peltonen <janne.peltonen at helsinki.fi>
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