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535 Incorrect authentication data

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jackie46, Sep 18, 2005.

  1. jackie46

    jackie46 BANNED

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    One of our users email address is reporting this error in exim_mainlog

    2005-09-11 04:06:56 fixed_login authenticator failed for (domain.com) [216.xxx.xxx.253]: 535 Incorrect authentication data (set_id=sales@domain.com)

    I have tried absolutely every fix i found in the forums but we cannot get this issue resolved. We even deleted the users email address and recreated it. That didnt fix it. If you do a search in these forums, you will get 1 page of results. Please note i have tried every single fix posted even reinstalled exim 3 times. Nothing fixes this error.

    What other solutions, not posted, will fix this error???
     
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    Anyone fixed this!!

    I have exactly the same problem here.

    Strange it works if you dont authenticate with the username / password????

    I hope this is because its using smtp after POP

    Thx
     
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    I dont have pop before smtp set. Im starting to see other people having this issue. Im running S83. Anyone?
     
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    Im sorry but my understanding was that Stable was the way to go as Edge had way too many problems. So your saying current?
     
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    Fix

    Hi,

    If you're running /scripts/eximup --force then it probably isn't fixing the problem since the md5 checksum is failing after the script downloads the replacement RPM. You'll have to do this manually. Go to:

    http://diff.cpanel.net/exim/4.52-15/

    and wget the correct rpm for your distro; and install it with rpm -i --force

    That it!
     
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