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Re: Postfix SMTP auth doesn't work with cyrus-sasl 2.1.25

--On Friday, January 06, 2012 1:35 PM -0600 Dan White <dwhite@xxxxxxx> wrote:

On 06/01/12 09:24 -0800, Quanah Gibson-Mount wrote:
--On Friday, January 06, 2012 1:19 PM +0000 Alexey Melnikov
<alexey.melnikov@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:


Are you using SASLDB auxprop plugin for authentication? The default
location of SASLDB file might have changed between the 2 versions.

No, we don't use SASLDB.

testsaslauthd also works just fine:

zimbra@zqa-062:~$ /opt/zimbra/cyrus-sasl/sbin/testsaslauthd -u admin
-p xxxxxxxx
0: OK "Success."

One important difference is that testsaslauthd probably does not use the
glue (libsasl2) library. Can you try the sample-server/sample-client
utilities to see if they work? You will need to create a <./configure
--with-configdir path>/sample.conf file with 'pwcheck_method: saslauthd'.

Ok, I'll give this a shot.

Do you see anything useful in your syslog's auth facility output? Try
increasing your log_level:

log_level: 7

I'll set this as well.

in your sasl smtpd.conf. Also, verify that your ./configure
--with-configdir path has not changed between versions or, if you're using
a debian based postfix (which overrides the --with-configdir path), that
your smtpd.conf exists in <postfix config dir>/sasl/.

We don't set configdir in our build. Nor do we use debian's builds. ;) We build our own SASL & Postfix. Simply reverting to 2.1.23 with the same build flags to cyrus-sasl configure works.

Does saslfinger raise any red flags?

Also see, if applicable:


I don't think so. I forced the libdir to be lib so it is consistent on all platforms:




Quanah Gibson-Mount
Sr. Member of Technical Staff
Zimbra, Inc
A Division of VMware, Inc.
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