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I'm still having problems with this and I have no idea what is going wrong. I found a document on how to check smtp auth via a telnet session (it was in some sasl documentation) and tried that and still got an Authentication Failed.
220 server ready. Unauthorized Access Prohibited.
250-feta.xxx.com Hello 192.168.100.26, pleased to meet you
250-AUTH PLAIN LOGIN DIGEST-MD5 CRAM-MD5
AUTH PLAIN dGVzdDEAdGVzdDEAdGVzdDR0ZXN0
535 5.7.0 Authentication failed
451 4.4.0 Disconnected or network error
Does anyone have SMTP AUTH working in any way?
Hello Stephan, hello cblack,
it would be really interesting which client you are using.
Along with this, what SMTP_IN in loglevel 30 says. The ehlo says that you disabled plain text encryption, which should not be disabled for first tests.
what are your detailed oid setting for smtp_in and which clients you are using ?
I personally checked out this extensively and it worked perfectly.
seen that AUTH PLAIN and LOGIN are enabled.
Have you checked Metalink Note:333074.1 Secure transmission and authentication in OCS 10.1.1 EMail ?
The same is applicable for 10.1.2 ++
Thanks for your reply. I have tried this with PLAIN auth as well. I have also set the orclpwdencryptionenable to 1 as described in that document and tried accounts that were created after than change in the OID had been made. I am testing using pine and telnet (creating the base64 string as described in a kb document). The server is not currently back up so I can't easily get you all the parameters. I will do so soon however.
I had not tested using pine nor telnet, therefore really asking you to use 2 methods, Oracle Connector for Outlook and/or Mozilla Thunderbird as indicated in the previous mentioned Note. For telnet, I am not sure how to encrypt a password (except the base64 PLAIN auth), pine - I personally do not use pine.
Thanks - Torsten