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Postfix Documentation
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Trouble shooting the SASL internals

In the Cyrus SASL sources you'll find a subdirectory named "sample". Run make there, "su" to the user postfix (or whatever your mail_owner directive is set to):

% su postfix

then run the resulting sample server and client in separate terminals. Strace / ktrace / truss the server to see what makes it unhappy, and fix the problem. Repeat the previous step until you can successfully authenticate with the sample client. Only then get back to Postfix.

Postfix Documentation
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