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testsaslauthentication [2018/02/06 10:19]
yassine chaouche [Testing with testsaslauthd (Cyrus)]
testsaslauthentication [2018/02/06 10:24]
yassine chaouche [Testing with telnet]
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 +This is testing against postfix itself, so it should work  whether you're using [[Cyrus]] or [[Dovecot]].
  
 use base64 to convert ''​\0username\0password''​ to a ''​base64''​ form, then telnet and use ''​AUTH PLAIN base64-encoded-username-password-string''​ after ''​EHLO yourhost.com'',​ and you should be good. Here's how to use [[telnetmail|telnet to connect to a mail server]] use base64 to convert ''​\0username\0password''​ to a ''​base64''​ form, then telnet and use ''​AUTH PLAIN base64-encoded-username-password-string''​ after ''​EHLO yourhost.com'',​ and you should be good. Here's how to use [[telnetmail|telnet to connect to a mail server]]

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