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Old 11-09-2005, 07:05 AM   #1
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Saslauthd - User/pass Problem (read Size Error)

I'm trying to set upo postfix e-mail server on Suse 10 (64 -bit distribution). I did everything as I read on internet and postfix works fine but I have problem with sasauthd. I use shadow password method and have some authorization problems.

I tried
testsaslauthd -u user -p pass
and it answer with this error: "size read failed"
It doesn't depend on which way I try to authorize (auth smtp or testsaslauth) result is same - same error.

I try to set up in same was one another computer (Suse 10, 32 bits CPU) and everything works find.

Anybody can help. please?

p.s. Sorry for bad English


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