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[SM-USERS] SM on OSX Server with authentication

Justin Hill
I'm so green I don't even know if this question is stupid.

Apple OSX Server 10.3.9 with the 'bundled' SquirrelMail.

After yet another bout of relay problems my customer's server is now set as follows:

all users passwords are 'open directory'.
mail server settings are to require CRAM-MD5 authentication for both IMAP and SMTP (POP is disabled anyway).
email clients (i.e. Mail) login and send/receive ok.

SquirrelMail doesn't login any more.  Is this because it doesn't support this form of authentication?  Or would it if I had some sort of plug-in or changed some sort of configuration file?

Since I can't login I don't even know about the sending side.  I presume this would fail for the same reason - and be fixed in the same way?

The customer needs to be able to send and receive locally, from remote using their own laptops, and from remote 'internet cafe-style' using SquirrelMail.

Does anyone have experience with this sort of setup?

Thanks
Justin Hill

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Re: [SM-USERS] SM on OSX Server with authentication

Jon Angliss
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On Mon, October 24, 2005 13:13, Justin Hill wrote:

> I'm so green I don't even know if this question is stupid.
>
>
> Apple OSX Server 10.3.9 with the 'bundled' SquirrelMail.
>
>
> After yet another bout of relay problems my customer's server is now
> set as follows:
>
> all users passwords are 'open directory'. mail server settings are to
> require CRAM-MD5 authentication for both IMAP and SMTP (POP is disabled
> anyway). email clients (i.e. Mail) login and send/receive ok.
>
> SquirrelMail doesn't login any more.  Is this because it doesn't
> support this form of authentication?  Or would it if I had some sort of
> plug-in or changed some sort of configuration file?

Take a read of doc/authentication.txt.  It has details on this kind of stuff.

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Re: [SM-USERS] SM on OSX Server with authentication

Justin Hill
Thanks very much.  I found this file and figured out what to do, and (testing it on my own server) it looks like it works.  I'll try it on the customer's site tomorrow.

Thanks again
Justin

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On 24 Oct 2005, at 19:28, Jonathan Angliss wrote:

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On Mon, October 24, 2005 13:13, Justin Hill wrote:

I'm so green I don't even know if this question is stupid.


Apple OSX Server 10.3.9 with the 'bundled' SquirrelMail.


After yet another bout of relay problems my customer's server is now
set as follows:

all users passwords are 'open directory'. mail server settings are to
require CRAM-MD5 authentication for both IMAP and SMTP (POP is disabled
anyway). email clients (i.e. Mail) login and send/receive ok.

SquirrelMail doesn't login any more.  Is this because it doesn't
support this form of authentication?  Or would it if I had some sort of
plug-in or changed some sort of configuration file?


Take a read of doc/authentication.txt.  It has details on this kind of stuff.

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Jonathan Angliss

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