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This set smtp_url = "smtp://email@example.com:587/" should probably be set smtp_url = "smtps://firstname.lastname@example.org@smtp.gmail.com:465/" 2 differences: use smpts and not smtp; it is not clear if you meant that but name in your command should be like email@example.com (not just the xxx in front of the @) Also make sure nutls-bin openssl libsasl2 ...
I had the same problem in Ubuntu 12.04. When I saw the previous comment, I checked /etc/hosts and it was blank. So, I added the following: 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 ubuntu This is how it looks like now: root@ubuntu:/etc/apt/apt.conf.d# cat /etc/hosts 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 ubuntu And then root@ubuntu:/etc/apt/apt.conf.d# ...
This is a bug. One would hope any "obvious fix" would be added to the PPA immediately. One workaround I have seen (from one of your links) is to just configure it with the --without-sasl flag but you'll need to mess around with the build scripts for that. Here's the standard way of building the package from repo sources. If your PPA has source, it will use ...
I couldn't find a solution, but I managed to repair it by reinstalling. I posted the problem on Parallels forum, but couldn't find help. Eventually, I found the link "Updates and Upgrades" in "Server" section of the Plesk Panel. There I went to "Add component", and installed QMail as SMPT, so it automatically removed Postfix, and again installed Postfix, so ...
"You need to make sure that postfix user is able to read that file. You can post the output of sudo ls -l /etc/postfix/sasl_passwd.db to get more help." And from the comments: "Change the owner of the config directory of postfix to postfix and it works." Source
If you have ubuntu 12.04, your problem seems to be this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cyrus-sasl2/+bug/875440 The best option for me was to downgrade libsqlite0 db4.8-util libssl0.9.8 packages to 2.1.23 version. cheeers.
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