Problem authenticating with sasl in jail
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Thu Jun 18 14:20:29 UTC 2009
On Wednesday 17 June 2009 21:51:03 Erik Norgaard wrote:
> >> Jun 17 23:39:17 jail imap: badlogin: jail.example.com [172.16.0.2]
> >> plaintext cyrus at example.com SASL(-13): user not found: checkpass failed
> Jun 18 07:46:28 <local6.notice> alpha imap: badlogin:
> jail.example.com [172.16.0.2] plaintext games SASL(-13): authentication
> failure: checkpass failed
> Note there is no realm specified contrary to the log entries found in
> the jail.
So does the imap server know the domain name? How does it figure it out? Does
it know to strip domain names because you configured the unix passwd backend?
If it uses the domainname command to figure out the domainname, you may have
it set on the working server, yet not on the jail.
Any differences related to domains in /etc/rc.conf and /etc/resolv.conf that
might shed some light?
I'm sorry I can't be of more Cyrus specific help.
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