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  1. Ola Pessoal ..

    Configurei um servidor de e-mail aqui na empresa utilziando o postfix e o qpopper ... a

    Coloquei o mesmo na rede e quando tento baixar os e-mails do root ele fica me pedindo uma senha para buscar as mesagens no servidor

    Ja coloquei a senha de root e nada...

    Utilizo Debian e ressalto que o qpopper esta com a configuração default que vem atraves do

    apt-get install qpopper

    Como faço para setar a senha no qpopper?

    Quando o outlook busca as mensagens via pop em meu servidor de e-mail o mesmo gera no log a seguinte mensagem....

    Jan 11 14:57:02 lula-molusco in.qpopper[22659]: root@molusco at AC9E0102.ipt.aol.com (172.158.1.2): -ERR [AUTH] Password supplied for "root@molusco" is incorrect. [pop_pass.c:1295]

    Esta é a configuração do meu arquivo main.cf


    # See /usr/share/postfix/main.cf.dist for a commented, more complete version

    default_privs = nobody

    # appending .domain is the MUA's job.
    append_dot_mydomain = yes

    # Uncomment the next line to generate "delayed mail" warnings
    #delay_warning_time = 4h

    myhostname = molusco
    virtual_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/virtual
    alias_maps = hash:/etc/aliases
    alias_database = hash:/etc/aliases
    mtpd_banner = $myhostname ESMTP
    mydestination = /etc/postfix/dominios,localhost.localdomain, localhost
    mynetworks = 127.0.0.0/8 172.158.1.0/8
    mail_spool_directory = /var/spool/mail
    mailbox_command = procmail -a "$EXTENSION"


    smtpd_recipient_restrictions = reject_unauth_pipelining,reject_unauth_pipelining, reject_inva
    lid_hostname,reject_non_fqdn_hostname,permit_mynetworks,reject_unauth_destination, 32 permit

    smtpd_sender_restrictions = reject_invalid_hostname,reject_non_fqdn_hostname,reject_non_fqdn_
    sender,permit_mynetworks,permit

    smtpd_helo_restrictions = reject_invalid_hostname,reject_non_fqdn_hostname,permit_mynetworks,
    permit

    E esta é a configuração do meu arquivo qpopper.conf

    #---------------------------------------------------------------------
    # Sample Qpopper 4.0 configuration file.
    #
    # This file lists all Qpopper configuration file options. To use,
    # copy the desired setting to your own configuration file, remove
    # the leading '#' and set the desired value.
    #
    #---------------------------------------------------------------------



    # An integer value for the number of seconds to announce in
    # the CAPA response for the server's minimum login delay.
    #
    # Default:
    #
    # set announce-login-delay =


    # An integer value for the number of days to announce in
    # the CAPA response for the server's maximum message
    # retention period.
    #
    # Default:
    #
    # set announce-expire =


    # The full path to the bulletins directory.
    #
    # Default: /var/spool/bulls
    #
    # set bulldir = "/var/spool/bulls"


    # Set TRUE to permit sessions to continue even if the
    # bulletins database can't be accessed. This permits
    # users to get their mail, but they might not see some
    # bulletins for a while, or at all.
    #
    # Only valid when compiled with '--enable-bulldb'.
    #
    # Default: false.
    #
    # set bulldb-nonfatal = false


    # Sets the maximum number of attempts to lock the bulletins
    # database. You normally do not need to adjust this. This value
    # should only be changed if you know if your system has usleep(3C)
    # or not. On systems with usleep(3C), this can be a large value
    # (the default is 75). On systems without usleep(3C), this should
    # remain small (the default is 10).
    #
    # Only valid when compiled with '--enable-bulldb'.
    #
    # Default: 75 (10 on systems without usleep(3c)).
    #
    # set bulldb-max-tries = 75


    # Sets clear text handling options. Values are:
    # o 'default' Clear text passwords are permitted for all users,
    # except those in the APOP database
    # o 'never' Clear text passwords are never permitted
    # o 'always' Clear text passwords are always permitted
    # o 'local' Clear text passwords are permitted on the local
    # (127.*.*.*) loop back interface only
    # o 'tls' Clear text passwords are permitted when TLS/SSL
    # has been negotiated for the session
    # o 'ssl' Same as tls
    #
    # The 'tls' and 'ssl' values are only valid if '--with-openssl' or
    # '--with-sslplus' was used with ./configure.
    #
    # Default: default
    #
    # set clear-text-password = default


    # Reads additional run-time options from the specified file.
    #
    # Caution. There are no restrictions on which options may
    # appear in files specified with the '-f' command-line flag
    # or the 'config-file' configuration file option in files
    # chained from -f. Be certain that the file specified with
    # '-f' or in any files it chains to are not writable by
    # users.
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set config-file = /etc/mail/pop/qpopper.config


    # Enables debug logging. Output is in syslog. If this option is used,
    # it should be first, so that debug records are generated for subsequent
    # options.
    #
    # Only valid if ./configure was run with '--enable-debugging'
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set debug = false


    # Changes uppercase user names to lowercase. This permits users to
    # configure their clients with user names in UPPER or MiXeD case.
    # They can then login, assuming their actual user name is all
    # lowercase.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set downcase-user = false


    # If '--with-drac' used with ./configure, this option specifies the DRAC
    # host.
    #
    # Default: localhost
    #
    # set drac-host = localhost


    # Enables Kerberos support.
    #
    # Only valid if ./configure run with '--enable-kerberos5'.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set kerberos = false


    # Specifies the Kerberos service to use (same as the compile time
    # KERBEROS_SERVICE define). The default is rcmd, although the use of
    # pop is popular.
    #
    # Only valid if ./configure run with '--enable-kerberos5'.
    #
    # Default: rcmd
    #
    # set kerberos-service = "rcmd"


    # Checks if mail lock needs to be refreshed every this many messages.
    #
    # You normally do not need to adjust this. See "Performance" in the
    # Qpopper Administrator's Guide for more information.
    #
    # Default:
    #
    # set mail-lock-check =


    # Disables the reverse lookups on client IP addresses.
    #
    # Default: true
    #
    # set reverse-lookup = true


    # Enables server mode by default. See the Qpopper Administrator's
    # Guide for more information.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set server-mode = false


    # Enables statistics logging. After each session ends, a statistics
    # record is written to the log. This record resembles the following
    # example: 'stats randy 0 0 1 385 randy.example.org 192.168.2.4' and
    # has the following meaning:
    # Username: 'randy'
    # Deleted messages: 0
    # Deleted octets: 0
    # Messages left on server: 1
    # Octets left on server: 385
    # Name of client machine: 'randy.example.org'
    # IP address of client machine: '192.168.2.4'
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set statistics = false


    # Sets the timeout for network reads. Qpopper terminates the
    # connection with the client if no input is received in this
    # many seconds. RFC 1939 states that this timeout must be
    # 600 seconds (10 minutes). However, ideal settings in some
    # cases are between 30 and 120 seconds. In other cases the 600
    # value is best, and sometimes a value in between is better.
    #
    # Default: 120
    #
    # set timeout = 120


    # Enables debug logging if '--enable-debugging' was used with
    # ./configure. All debug and standard log records are written to
    # the specified file. If this option is used, it should be first,
    # so that debug records are generated for subsequent options.
    #
    # If used without '--enable-debugging', redirects all log messages
    # to the specified file but does not enable debug logging.
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set tracefile =


    # Reads additional run-time options from a file named
    # '.qpopper-options' in the user's home directory, if present.
    #
    # This file is normally owned by the user.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set user-options = false


    # Reads additional run-time options from a file named
    # 'username.qpopper-options' in the spool directory.
    #
    # This file should not be owned by nor writable by the user.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set spool-options = false


    # When updating the spool at the end of a session, this option
    # instructs Qpopper to rename the temporary file to the spool instead
    # of copying it. This reduces I/O at session end by a third, but is
    # likely to break programs such as biff or the shell's mail check
    # feature. Use this option only if such programs are not used. It is
    # safest to only enable this option when users do not have shell
    # access to the mail server.
    #
    # See "Performance" in the Qpopper Administrator's Guide for more
    # information.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set fast-update = false


    # When set, domains are trimmed from user names before use. For
    # example, if a user named 'maida' enters her login name in her POP
    # client as 'maida@example.org', Qpopper treats this as just 'maida'.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set trim-domain = false


    # Specifies TLS/SSL support. The permitted values are:
    # o 'default' TLS/SSL is not supported
    # o 'none' Same as default
    # o 'stls' Enables support for the STLS command. This
    # permits TLS/SSL negotiations on the
    # standard (or any) port, allowing the same
    # port to be used by TLS/SSL and regular
    # clients.
    # o 'alternate-port' Enables alternate-port TLS/SSL. Some older
    # clients require this. (The usual port for
    # alternate-port TLS/SSL with pop is 995.)
    #
    # Only valid when '--with-openssl' or '--with-sslplus' used with
    # ./configure
    #
    # Default: default
    #
    # set tls-support = default


    # Specifies the permitted cipher suites. See the OpenSSL documentation
    # for syntax. You normally do not need to set this.
    #
    # Only valid when '--with-openssl' used with ./configure
    #
    # Default:
    #
    # set tls-cipher-list =


    # Restricts the version of TLS/SSL recognized in session negotiations.
    # You normally do not need to set this. Supported values are:
    # o 'default' (same as SSLv23)
    # o 'SSLv2' Forces Qpopper only to understand SSLv2 client hello
    # messages.
    # o 'SSLv3' Forces Qpopper only to understand SSLv3 client hello
    # messages. This especially means that it does not
    # understand SSLv2 client hello messages, which are
    # widely used for compatibility reasons.
    # o 'TLSv1' Forces Qpopper only to understand TLSv1 client hello
    # messages. This especially means that it does not
    # understand SSLv2 client hello messages, which are
    # widely used for compatibility reasons. It also does
    # not understand SSLv3 client hello messages.
    # o 'SSLv23' Allows Qpopper to understand SSLv2, SSLv3, and TLSv1
    # client hello messages. This is the best choice when
    # compatibility is a concern. This is the default
    # value.
    # o 'all' (same as SSLv23)
    #
    # Only valid when '--with-openssl' used with ./configure
    #
    # Default: default
    #
    # set tls-version = default


    # Specifies the file containing the server's TLS/SSL certificate and
    # encrypted private key.
    #
    # Only valid if '--with-sslplus' used with ./configure.
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set tls-identity-file =


    # Specifies the passphrase to decrypt the server's private key (in the
    # identify file).
    #
    # Only valid if '--with-sslplus' used with ./configure.
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set tls-passphrase =


    # Specifies the file which contains the server's TLS/SSL certificate.
    # This file may also contain the server's unencrypted private key.
    #
    # Only valid if '--with-openssl' used with ./configure
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    #
    # set tls-server-cert-file = /etc/mail/certs/hostname.cert


    # Specifies a file which contains the server's TLS/SSL private key.
    # Note: This private key must not be encrypted.
    #
    # If the private key is contained in the same file as the certificate
    # (as specified with tls-server-cert-file), you do not need to set
    # this option.
    #
    # Only valid if '--with-openssl' used with ./configure
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set tls-private-key-file =


    # When set, Qpopper writes a log record at the end of a session
    # containing the elapsed time for the session authentication,
    # initialization. and cleanup.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set timing = false


    # When set, Qpopper checks for old .user.pop files in old locations
    # when hash-spool or homedirmail is used. When reset, Qpopper skips
    # this check, which speeds things up.
    #
    # Default: true
    #
    # set check-old-spool-loc = true


    # When set, Qpopper checks for and creates if needed the hashed spool
    # directories. When reset, Qpopper doesn't check for or create the
    # hashed spool directories. Set to false if you precreate the
    # directories.
    #
    # Default: true
    #
    # set check-hash-dir = true


    # When set, Qpopper checks for expired passwords (if the platform
    # permits). When reset, Qpopper omits this check.
    #
    # Default: true
    #
    # set check-password-expired = true


    # Determines whether Qpopper updates the read/unread status of
    # messages (a feature relied on by some mail clients). Also
    # determines if Qpopper saves the message's unique identifier
    # (UID) in the spool.
    #
    # When reset, it forces the UID for every message to be
    # recalculated, using more CPU but potentially less I/O.
    #
    # See the "Performance" section of the Qpopper Administrator's Guide
    # for more information.
    #
    # Default: true
    #
    # set update-status-headers = true


    # Determines whether Qpopper enters update state when a session
    # aborts. Resetting this option causes Qpopper to ignore any
    # deletions if the session is aborted.
    #
    # Note that RFC 1939, section 6 prohibits the default behavior,
    # but experience showed that otherwise users on noisy lines were
    # often unable to delete their mail. Reset this option to inhibit
    # the default behavior, and obey RFC 1939, but watch for users who
    # download the same messages over and over, or whose spools fill up.
    #
    # Default: true
    #
    # set update-on-abort = true


    # When set, Qpopper automatically and unconditionally deletes messages
    # that have been downloaded using the RETR command (the normal command
    # for accessing messages).
    #
    # Caution: This option could result in lost mail. Be sure to
    # inform your users that the option is in effect before enabling.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set auto-delete = false


    # When set, Qpopper shows bulletins to users by groups (the group name
    # is the second dot-separated element in each bulletin's name). See
    # "Using Bulletins" in the Qpopper Administrator's Guide for more
    # information. Use a group name of 'ALL' for all users.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set group-bulletins = false


    # When set to a 1 or 2, the subdirectory for the mail spools is
    # determined from the user name by either (1) hashing the first four
    # characters or (2) by using directories equal to the first letter and
    # the second letter (if any). For example, if the spool directory is
    # '/var/mail', the spool file for user 'maida' would be:
    # '/var/mail/maida' hash-spool = 0
    # '/var/mail/o/maida' hash-spool = 1
    # '/var/mail/m/a/maida' hash-spool = 2
    #
    # See the "Performance" section of the Qpopper Administrator's Guide
    # for more information.
    #
    # Default: 0
    #
    # set hash-spool = 0


    # To have the user's home directory be the spool location, set this
    # option to be the correct file name for the spool.
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set home-dir-mail = ".mail"


    # When set, instructs Qpopper to generate message unique identifiers
    # (UIDs) using old (pre-3.x) style encoding. This is useful only if
    # you also set 'update-status-headers' to false, have existing users
    # with old (pre-3.x) spool files, and you want to keep the UIDs the
    # same.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set old-style-uid = false


    # When set, Qpopper checks for and hides status messages created by
    # University of Washington software.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set UW-kluge = false


    # When set, Qpopper keeps (does not delete) the '.user.pop' file (the
    # temporary drop file). Normally this file is deleted when the
    # session ends. Some sites like to retain it to determine the last
    # time a user has accessed his or her mail.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set keep-temp-drop = false


    # When set, causes server mode to be on for users who are members of
    # the specified group. See the "Enabling Server Mode" and
    # "Performance" sections of the Qpopper Administrator's Guide for more
    # information.
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set group-server-mode =


    # When set, causes server mode to be off for users who are members of
    # the specified group. See the "Enabling Server Mode" and
    # "Performance" sections of the Qpopper Administrator's Guide for more
    # information.
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set group-no-server-mode =


    # Specifies a file that permits only users listed in the file to have
    # Qpopper access. The format is a list of user names, one per line.
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set auth-file =


    # Specifies a file that denies access to users listed in the file.
    # The format is a list of user names, one per line.
    #
    # Default: none
    #
    # set nonauth-file =


    # Set this option if you don't want Qpopper to display its version in
    # the POP protocol banner or CAPA IMPLEMENTATION response of
    # unauthenticated users.
    # Some sites believe this improves security since it avoids advertising
    # that an old version (perhaps with known vulnerabilities) is being
    # used. Others feel is makes the site more likely to be attacked,
    # since it also avoids advertising when running a secure version.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set shy = false


    # Set this to the full path to sendmail or other such program used to
    # submit new messages. Qpopper uses this to implement XTND XMIT.
    #
    # The default is determined at compile time.
    #
    #
    # set mail-command = /usr/sbin/sendmail


    # Set this to the full path to the mail spool directory.
    #
    # The default is determined at compile time.
    #
    # set spool-dir = /var/spool/mail


    # If you do not want '.user.pop' (temporary drop files) to be in the
    # spool directory, set this to the full path to the directory to be
    # used for temp drop files. Note that use of /tmp is not recommended,
    # because a system reboot will wipe out the files. This could cause
    # lost mail.
    #
    # Default: spool directory
    #
    # set temp-dir =


    # The name of the temporary drop files. You should not normally set
    # this option.
    #
    # Default: ".%s.pop"
    #
    # set temp-name = ".%s.pop"


    # If you do not want user cache files to be in the same directory as
    # temporary drop files, set this to the full path to the directory for
    # cache files. Note that use of /tmp is not recommended, because a
    # system reboot wipes out the files.
    #
    # Default: temp-dir
    #
    # set cache-dir =


    # The name of the cache files. You should not normally set this
    # option.
    #
    # Default: ".%s.cache"
    #
    # set cache-name = ".%s.cache"


    # Specifies the maximum number of old bulletins seen by new users.
    #
    # Default: 1
    #
    # set max-bulletins = 1


    # When set, Qpopper uses a method of opening lock files that may work
    # over NFS. This has not been thoroughly tested, however.
    #
    # Default: false
    #
    # set no-atomic-open = false


    # Qpopper sends network output to client in small chunks (for example,
    # line-by-line when sending a message). By default, Qpopper
    # aggregates data to be sent to clients in large chunks. This may be
    # faster or slower, depending on specifics of both the client and
    # server hardware and networking stacks as wel as network elements in
    # between (such as routers). Also, some networking stacks do their
    # own aggregation.
    #
    # Under congested network conditions, larger packets increase the
    # incidence of lost packets and thus client or server timeouts,
    # leading to "POP timeout" or "EOF" errors.
    #
    # When TLS/SSL is in effect, smaller packets increase the overhead
    # needed to send data, which may result in worse performance.
    #
    # You can adjust the Qpopper behavior by setting this option. The
    # values are:
    # o 'default' Always send large chunks
    # o 'always' Same as 'default'
    # o 'never' Never aggregate data into large chunks
    # o 'tls' Only aggregate data into large chunks when TLS/SSL
    # has been negotiated for the session
    # o 'ssl' Same as 'tls'
    #
    # Default: default
    #
    # set chunky-writes = default


    # Specifies the log facility that Qpopper uses.
    #
    # Note that this does not apply to popauth, nor to the daemon in
    # standalone mode. These continue to use the compile-time default.
    #
    # Values are:
    # o 'mail' Qpopper logs to LOG_MAIL facility.
    # o 'local0' Qpopper logs to LOG_LOCAL0 facility.
    # o 'local1' Qpopper logs to LOG_LOCAL1 facility.
    # o 'local2' Qpopper logs to LOG_LOCAL2 facility.
    # o 'local3' Qpopper logs to LOG_LOCAL3 facility.
    # o 'local4' Qpopper logs to LOG_LOCAL4 facility.
    # o 'local5' Qpopper logs to LOG_LOCAL5 facility.
    # o 'local6' Qpopper logs to LOG_LOCAL6 facility.
    # o 'local7' Qpopper logs to LOG_LOCAL7 facility.
    #
    # Default: determined at compile time, usually LOG_LOCAL0 or
    # LOG_MAIL, depending on the operating system.
    #
    # set log-facility = local1


    # When set, Qpopper logs successful authentications using the
    # specified string. Within the string, an occurrence of '%0' is
    # replaced with the Qpopper version, '%1' with the user name, '%2'
    # with the user's host name, and '%3' with the user's IP address.
    #
    # Default: none, unless '--enable-log-login' used with ./configure,
    # in which case "(v%0) POP login by user /"%1/" at (%2) %3" is used.
    #
    # set log-login = "(v%0) POP login by user /"%1/" at (%2) %3"


    AGUARDO RESPOSTAS URGENTE


    VALEU@

  2. #2
    man aliases...
    As mensagens para o root NUNCA são direcionadas para o root, e sim para um usuário comum do sistema, definido por voce em /etc/postfix/aliases.
    root: vocemesmo
    Rode o comando "newaliases" ; postfix reload depois disso.

    Fui,






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