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    Postfix refuses POP clients after mysqlizing back end


    I have attempted to mysqlize the backend of my postfix config. Since doing that I have not been able to connect to my server via pop clients. I am using courier as my pop server. I am suffering authentication failures even though the correct username and password are supplied.

    Here is my file Pastezone

    And these are the supporting files that are supposed to convert my postfix configuration to a mysql backend. Pastezone Pastezone Pastezone Pastezone Pastezone Pastezone

    And here are my (sanitized) log files: Pastezone

    This is really driving me crazy, any help at all would be greatly appreciated.

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    Linux Engineer jledhead's Avatar
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    Oct 2004
    North Carolina
    I don't know about your question, but for your poll they call it stable for a reason. Although lenny is frozen there is no expected release date. if its something I was depending on I would not use lenny.

    I have installed several new linux servers recently and really really wanted to use packages available in lenny but I have to count on the server so I went with etch.

    just my opinion.

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