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PAM won't authenticate with mysql (make_scrambled_password deprecated)

I have spent some time searching for this and it seems I'm the only one having problem with PAM not authenticating through mysql due to current updates so I thought I will post my problem here and if ...
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pam_ldap error (saslauthd)

I have a ton of the following Invalid credential errors in /var/log/messages but not sure where or how to troubleshoot Aug 26 14:52:53 hostname01 saslauthd[2756]: pam_ldap: error trying to bind as ...
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Postfix smtpd won't talk to saslauthd

I have an saslauthd setup to authenticate against PAM. It seems to do its stuff: root@sasltest:~# testsaslauthd -u quest -p #### -s smtp 0: OK "Success." I have libsasl 2.1.23, postfix 2.7.1. I ...
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Ubuntu 12.10 - Can't find my logs

Up until few days ago, my Ubuntu 10.04 worked like a clock. Then I switched to Ubuntu 12.10 and things don't work the same way with this setup. First, the new system wasn't logging any mail activity, ...
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Can I use DenyHosts for a SMTP service

I would like to block some hosts that are brute forcing my SMTP server. I'm currently using DenyHosts for SSHD and was wondering if I can add the SMTP service too. It could be possible based on this ...
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SMTP authentication failure + PAM-MySQL cannot authenticate

I am building a mail server using Postfix, and set up the authentication to check against a database set-up using Postfixadmin. I can authenticate via Courier IMAP okay, as it can authenticate ...
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SASL LOGIN authentication failed: generic failure

I'm setting up a mail server with SMTP authentication and the backend database is MySQL 5.1.53 with pam_mysql and cyrus-sasl2 2.1.23 on Slackware Linux 13.1. When I telnet to test my server-side ...
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saslauthd and PAM: “Too many open files” error - saslauthd restart fixes this - what is wrong?

I have a Postfix mail server running Debian Squeeze. SASL authentication for secure SMTP is supported by saslauthd which relies on pam, which relies on winbind. This pattern seems to be reoccuring ...
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Postfix+sasslauthd+PAM How can I deny/allow specific users from authenticating?

I have a simple postfix installation on RedHat that's been running fine for years and uses TLS/saslauthd/PAM to allow users to authenticate to relay mail from the external network. All users are local ...