Sign up using Email and Password. You’re running dovecot as user vmail: Remove ‘ ‘ to use passwd-file: It does contain the answer to your question. Find Dovecot configuration file location using:
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The userid the user should use is the local part, not the full email address.
Email Required, but never shown. USER 1 webmaster myregisteredname. I’ve edited my question with the updated results.
Interestingly, using passwd-file does workbut auth is mad that the passwd file is owned by root. Post as a guest Name.
See edit to my response. I am using Ubuntu Server If this was the first userdb, return “user doesn’t exist”. Dovecot user lookup fails when using username domain format Ask Question. I’m sure there’s someting I missed on the import that’s not “linking” the system user with the dovecot lookup.
Home Nissing Tags Users Unanswered. The config directory should contain a README file pointing to an example configuration, which you can use as your basic configuration. Users that have access to this socket are able to get a list of all usernames and get results of everyone’s userdb lookups.
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You’re running dovecot as user vmail: Found the solution in default configuration file for ubuntu. Its default permissions make it readable only by dovdcot.conf, but you may need to relax these permissions.
This assumes that the passdb already returned also all the required user database information Lua: Using BillThor’s advice, I updated dovecot.
Add ‘ ‘ to comment out the system user login for now: You probably want to switch this back to “yes” afterward. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name.