Re: smtp auth
"Arnold J. Fischer" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I'm trying to set up my dial-up system for mail relaying via mx.freenet.de
> and they are using smtp-auth to accept every mail from someone who has an
> email-account on their system. I read a couple of articles about the
> configuration of postfix and set up /etc/postfix/main.cf with all mentioned
> parameters and options. Postfix is seat up to reconfigure via the pon/poff
> I have no idea why, but when I'm examing the mail-relay with
> telnet mx.freenet.de 25
> and an
> EHLO linux.example.com
> it seems to me, as in the log file excerpt that they are using smtp-auth. But
> I the only thing I'm seeing is "No mechs available" and no connection.
> The box is a Debian 3.0r1.
> The attachment is a piece of from /var/log/mail.log
> Any ideas?!
I don't know about postfix, but with sendmail I had a similar
message. It went away after installing libsasl-digestmd5-plain and/or
- smtp auth
- From: "Arnold J. Fischer" <email@example.com>