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Old 03-12-2005, 10:10 AM   #1
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My sendmail server has been using for a while without problem. Recently, because my ISP enforce the SMTP AUTH, I have no choice but re-compile my sendmail with sasl and install saslauthd. However, I can't make it work. I check again and again, my config seems to me correct.

I wonder if anyone can suggest a troubleshooting steps so I can figure out the problem behind?

I'm using Cyrus SASL 2.x and Sendmail 8.13.x. The maillog always say TEMPORARY AUTH FAILURE!

Any idea and sharing would be highly appreciated.

Thanks, CHAN


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