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Old 04-22-2004, 10:38 AM   #1
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postfix and sasl issue


I have a postfix server running. It uses TLS encryption and requires the users to authenticate. My user database is in LDAP, but also accessible via PAM.

To verify the user, I set up saslauthd to check via PAM. This works.
However the postfix server still offers other mechanisms than plain-text (which is needed by the saslauthd).
Is there any way to disable those NTLM end CRAM-MD5 and stuff?



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