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Re: Postfix + stunnel SMTPS = address rewriting issue

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  • Wietse Venema
    ... Are you sticking with your subject line Postfix + stunnel SMTPS = address rewriting issue ? All I have seen sofar is that sender-dependent SASL password
    Message 1 of 7 , Jun 2, 2010
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      Jack Browning:
      > Live and learn. Since the fix suggested earlier in this thread --
      > keying the remote username:password entries to the users' local
      > addresses -- produces the desired result, the issue didn't involve
      > generic mapping at all. No generic mapping was done until the message
      > was actually sent to the remote server, and the message was not being
      > sent because the mis-keyed password lookup table resulted in bad (or
      > no) credentials being presented to the remote server, which rejected
      > the authentication attempt and terminated the session before the
      > message itself was transmitted. No transmission = no rewriting.
      >
      > Anyway, that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.

      Are you sticking with your subject line "Postfix + stunnel SMTPS
      = address rewriting issue"? All I have seen sofar is that
      sender-dependent SASL password lookups are working as promised.

      Wietse
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