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Old 05-15-2008, 03:06 AM
Paul Johnson
 
Default ASMTP with PAM: Easiest route?

Going from a completely fresh prospective, what MTA makes it easiest to set up
ASMTP, checking against PAM for passwords?


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Old 05-15-2008, 05:51 AM
Richard A Nelson
 
Default ASMTP with PAM: Easiest route?

On Wed, 14 May 2008, Paul Johnson wrote:


Going from a completely fresh prospective, what MTA makes it easiest to set up
ASMTP, checking against PAM for passwords?


You should probably use SMTP AUTH, it took me a minute to decode ASMTP,
and was only able to do so by context.

But that said, pick whatever you are most comfortable with, you don't
necessarily need SMTP support here - you can do it all with SASL/PAM,
and it scales pretty well. If your users are in LDAP, as mine are,
switching from libnss-ldap to libnss-ldapd can be pretty big win
resource-wise.

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Rick Nelson
finlandia:~> apropos win
win: nothing appropriate.


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