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all of which the session stores temporarily while the user is connected.
By default, when a user leaves a website or closes their browser, their
session ends. To keep users from having to log in every time they return,
applications can extend sessions by storing session information in a
As noted in the previous answer, the variable smtp_sasl_password_maps only applies to SMTP and not SMTPD. Would that the solution were as simple as pointing Postfix SMTPD to a file.
The previous answer cited what seems like an unnecessary of documentation for the problem of specifying pairs of usernames and passwords to a server. It would be nice if Postfix ...
Chrome doesn't support post-handhsake authentication, that is, renegotiating SSL and sending a client certificate when the connection is already established, because (from the Chrome bugreport page)
Post-handshake authentication has a mess of security, semantics, and DoS issues. (...) Some spec work is needed to make it defined in HTTP/1.1 at all and, more ...