Re: IMAP recommendations
Make sure /etc/sasldb2 can be read by user cyrus. The easiest way (which btw
should have been done automatically) is to have a sasl group, let it read
/etc/sasldb2, and add user cyrus to that group. Then, restart cyrus.
Oh, don't log on using a IMAP client in an admin account. See the Cyrus FAQ
for the reason.
On Wed, 18 Dec 2002, Tom Allison wrote:
> penguin:/home/tallison# cyradm --user cyrus localhost
> IMAP Password:
> Login failed: user not found at /usr/lib/perl5/Cyrus/IMAP/Admin.pm line
> cyradm: cannot authenticate to server with as cyrus
> Dec 18 09:48:36 penguin cyrus/imapd: badlogin: localhost[127.0.0.1]
> ext tallison SASL(-13): user not found: checkpass failed
> Dec 18 09:48:39 penguin cyrus/imapd: telling master 1
> Dec 18 09:48:39 penguin cyrus/master: service imap now has 1 workers
SASL trouble alright...
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