Re: Relay access denied (in reply to RCPT TO command))

From: Orestes Leal (no email)
Date: Thu Nov 01 2007 - 14:18:03 EDT

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    El Jue, 1 de Noviembre de 2007, 1:11 pm, Victor Duchovni escribió:
    > On Thu, Nov 01, 2007 at 01:05:47PM -0500, Orestes Leal wrote:
    >
    >> > What is the lookup key for the SASL password in the "sasl_passwd"
    >> file?
    >> > It should be "[192.168.54.3]":
    >> >
    >> > sasl_passwrd:
    >> > # nexthop user:pass
    >> > [192.168.54.3] aladdin:open_sesame
    >>
    >> [192.168.54.3] orestesleal13022:password
    >> [192.168.54.3] adrian13024:password
    >> [192.168.54.3] jldiazvichot13021:password
    >> [192.168.54.3] richardlrp13023:password
    >> [192.168.54.3] david13027:password
    >> [192.168.54.3] yutmely13026:password
    >>
    >

    [192.168.54.3]:
        orestesleal13022:pass
        adrian13024:pass
        jldiazvichot13021:pass
        richardlrp13023:pass
        david13027:pass
        yutmely13026:pass
    ~
    Like this?

    Now I get this error from postmap

    postmap: warning: /etc/postfix/sasl_passwd, line 7: record is in "key:
    value" format; is this an alias file?

    'Sorry' but can you give me a real example because my english
    It's no so good to understand what do you mean.

    olr
    ===

    > What do you expect from multiple entries with the same lookup key?
    > Only the first one is added to the lookup table by "postmap". Which
    > *single* username/password is actually valid for relaying via this ISP?
    >
    > --
    > Viktor.
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    love, peace and fuck the police ;-)


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