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Old 10-30-2007, 10:48 AM   #1
christopher_c
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Delete SASL libraries (smtp auth problems)


Im trying to set up smtp auth with postfix using sasl2 libraries but I have a feeling it is conflicting with sasl libraries if that makes any sense.

I did a search for the paths and got the following:

sasl
Code:
/usr/include/sasl
/usr/lib/sasl
/usr/local/include/sasl
sasl2
Code:
/usr/lib/sasl2

would having both of these libs conflict and make things go haywire?
 
  


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