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Re: Postfix w/ SASL



On Sat, 30 Sep 2006, Jim Douglas wrote:

This is my Postfix.spec file,

%define LDAP 2
%define MYSQL 1
%define PCRE 1
%define SASL 2
%define TLS 1
%define IPV6 1
%define POSTDROP_GID 90
%define PFLOGSUMM 1

..after compiling the RPM and installing I run postconf -m and this is the output,

btree
cidr
environ
hash
ldap
mysql
nis
pcre
proxy
regexp
static
unix


How come SASL is not there?

Why would you expect it to be there?

From the man page:
-m     List  the names of all supported lookup table types. In Postfix configuration files, lookup tables
              are specified as type:name, where type is one of the types listed below.  The  table  name  syntax
              depends on the lookup table type as described in the DATABASE_README document.

SASL is not a lookup table.

google for saslfinger if you want info on your sasl configuration.

Regards,

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Tom Diehl		tdiehl rogueind com		Spamtrap address mtd123 rogueind com


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