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Re: smtp-auth against SASL db
On Tue, Sep 16, 2003 at 03:15:28PM +0200, Rocio Alfonso Pita wrote:
> I'd compiled smtpauth-sasl.c so:
> # gcc -v -O -g -o smtpauth-sasl smtpauth-sasl.c -lsasl2
> The file smtpauth-sasl I copy to /usr/sbin/ and I put in
> PARAM SMTP-auth-pipe /usr/sbin/smtpauth-sasl
> I can send mail without authentification, why? do you help me?
I could bet that the thing doesn't depend on what is your
You should test it with:
$MAILBIN/smtpserver -i -d 1 -T '[172.31.10.131]'
Then you see every small detail and logic step.
(As is documented in smtpserver man-page about "SMTP-POLICY TESTING")
Also (and especially) make sure to test with IP addresses that
are configured as your local service area, and addresses that
are outside it.
> I see in smtpserver log:
> thanks and regards,
/Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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