Re: Cannot force Postfix to require password
- On Friday 25 November 2011 05:41:22 Bernard T. Higonnet wrote:
> I would like to force all users sending mail to provide a name andThis sort of sounds probable. Remove permit_mynetworks from your
> As of this moment, if, in the mail client (Thunderbird anyway), I
> specify that the smtp server requires name and password it works
> fine (that is: name is requested and proper password required
> (duh)). But if in the Thunderbird description of the smtp server
> the user chooses not to supply name and password that works too!
> I sort of think (sic) that this is true because the client is on
> $mynetwork. If it were the case that only clients not on $mynetwork
> would have to provide name and password that would be OK but isn'tPerhaps this is because the real parameter name is "mynetworks"? We
> what I seek. I have not yet had an opportunity to test from
> another network. I have tried to reduce $mynetwork to the server
> machine but that didn't work.
count off for spelling errors here, sorry.
If this suggestion did not solve the problem, please see this before
> I have tried smtpd_sasl_security_options = noanonymous but that--
> did not seem to have any effect.
> I have started saslauthd like so:
> saslauthd -a rimap -O imap_server_machine
> I doubt it very pertinent but I am running
> 8.2-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE-p3 #0: Tue Sep 27 18:45:57 UTC
> and Postfix 2.8.7
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