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Re: Kerberos support in standard services
On Thu, 07 Jul 2005 09:38:31 +1000
Brian May <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Note: I changed the subject
> >>>>> "Andrew" == Andrew Bartlett <email@example.com> writes:
> Andrew> SASL covers most of this problem, and as I understand it,
> Andrew> it is a far more standard solution than kpop. I don't
> Andrew> know if the mail clients and server use the sign/seal end
> Andrew> or just the authentication, but I certainly see GSSAPI as
> Andrew> a supported password type for evolution.
> I think most servers and clients don't support SASL yet.
> On this mailing list people have said
> * cryus imap and pop support SASL.
> * evolution supports GSSAPI (hopefully via SASL?)
Recent versions of postfix support SASL as standard and patches have
been available for some time. SuSE's packaging of postfix has insisted
on having the SASL libraries present for quite a few releases (however
this also means that if you don't have SASL installed things like cron
and smbpasswd will break regardless).