We are using
saslauthd on a Debian stretch Linux environment. We use
saslauthd to do GSSAPI (i.e., kerberos) authentications. I see that
saslauthd uses the principal
host/<servername> when doing Kerberos authentications where
servername is the hostname of the server.
For various reasons we would like
saslauthd to use a different Kerberos principal than
host/<servername> when doing its authentications.
Is this possible and (if so) how?