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Re: ZMailer SMTP-AUTH
On Sun, May 02, 2004 at 12:20:35PM +0200, darek wrote:
> I need SMTP-AUTH for all of my users, do i have to enable "PARAM MSA-mode"
> i smtpserver???
What you do need is:
PARAM smtp-auth # enable if you want to allow SMTP to autenticate
# # with the default code against system /etc/passwd
# # (or whatever source getpwnam() uses for it..)
Possibly also this, if you don't want to enforce authentication
under TLS encryption...
# # Enable, if the "AUTH LOGIN" is to be allowed to
# # be used without running under SSL/TLS security
# # envelope.
PARAM smtp-auth-sasl # Authentication with SASL mechanisms
PARAM sasl-mechanisms LOGIN PLAIN
Read the http://zmailer.org/man/smtpserver.8zm.html to see
some caveats with the SASL codes. I don't have a setup where
I could test e.g. CRAM-MD authentication. All my passwords are
md5crypt() hashes... Reports are welcome.
Oh yes, and you DO NOT list any address spaces in
files. (Except those that you absolutely want to pass
thru without authentication...)
The MSA-mode (as implemented in ZMailer) isn't quite as complete
implementation of RFC 2476 as I would like to have it. It doesn't
do quite all things that are specified in this operational mode,
but with recent CVS code, you can have it operational in parallel
with normal SMTP server by means of these two lines:
PARAM BindSmtp any 25
PARAM BindSubmit any 587
(Use "any6" keyword, if you want it to listen on IPv6 port..
Those port numbers are actually default, so they are not
necessary to specify..)
> Thanks. darek
/Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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