opiekeys and cyradm

taxman taxman at acd.net
Thu Apr 17 05:18:57 PDT 2003

On Wednesday 16 April 2003 07:21 pm, Mark Einreinhof wrote:
> For some reason that is alluding me, cyradm wants to use a file called
> opiekeys. What on earth? Where did this come from? On my 4.8 system, I used
> /stand/sysinstall to install postfix, cyrus-imapd, which also installed
> cyrus-sasl as a dependency.
> I found in /usr/local/etc/imap.conf a line, which is commented out, stating
> the location of opiekeys -> /etc/opiekeys. When I look at this file, it is
> empty. Where do I turn off this opiekeys thing?
> When typing:
> %cyradm localhost
> password:
> 'some date stuff' imapd[190] opiechallenge: user not found or locked
> 'some date stuff' perl: No worthy mechs found
> %
> I'm not sure how to troublshoot this, as I can find any reference to opie
> in the sasl docs.

Apparently it wants to use opie though.  I don't know anything about the mail 
setup you're trying, but man -k opie gives a bunch of pages that wil explain 
what opie is and how to set up the opiekeys.  I didn't read them all, but it 
may tell you how to disable opie also.


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