Ubuntu :: Fetchmail Setup - Authorization Failure On User Domain
Oct 24, 2010
I have setup the fetchmail as below:
When I try to login it gives the following message:
fetchmail: 6.3.8 querying domain.com (protocol POP3) at Sun 24 Oct 2010 10:51:52 AM EEST: poll started
Trying to connect to domain.com/110...connected .....
fetchmail: domain.com: upgrade to TLS succeeded.
fetchmail: POP3> USER firstname.lastname@example.org
fetchmail: POP3< +OK
fetchmail: POP3> PASS *
fetchmail: POP3< -ERR Authentication failed.
fetchmail: Authentication failed.
fetchmail: Authorization failure on email@example.com@domain.com
fetchmail: POP3> QUIT
fetchmail: POP3< +OK Logging out
Although I'm able to login to the webmail of my domain.com cpanel with the same username and password, please note also that it some time working smoothly and most time it gives login authentication failure:
I'm trying to run update manager and when I try to update applications the authorization box shakes, says Authorization Failure then goes away. Same thing happens when I try to change my login settings.
This is a new problem, I haven't done anything to my system since I upgraded to 10.10.
It took me a while to get VNC going. It was easier with FC8-10. Once I got finished and was actually able to log in and see my remote desktop I tried to add some software... virtualbox.When I double click on the RPM I get popup that states."The action could not be completed. Failed to install file. You do not have the necessary privileges to perform this action" When I close that dialogue another one pops up that states" "The action could not be completed." When I click on more details the dialogue states. "Policykit authorization failure" How can I make this work?
I just started learning the Linux system and I installed Ubuntu 11.04 as a partition on my IMac. I want to change my authorization in the terminal to su - , but I keep being told authentication failure.
I'm using slackware 13.0, 32-bit with sendmail, fetchmail, procmail and mutt.This is a recent install of slack, for several years, I have used a similar configuration on ubuntu, but with postfix as the MTA instead of sendmail.My system has one user: tim. Email sent to me at any of my email addresses that have 'tim' has the host component, are received, but along with that delivery is the delivery of an error message. Below is a copy of such a delivery.
I just got unbuntu server edition installed on my server along with openssh-server. Now I am trying to set ssh so I can log in with a key authentication. I am using this guide to do it through putty on my windows machine. [URL]. After I installed ssh I logged in correctly. I then proceed to generate a key in putty. Now my problem starts when i try and put that key onto my server.
The tutorial says to type in mkdir .ssh
My server says it cannot make that directive because it is already created. So I proceed to the next line. I believe this code sets permissions? chmod 700 ~/.shh Nothing happens just goes to a new line
Then I did this cd .ssh nano -w authorization_key then I copied and pasted the key I got from putty gen into this file pressed ctrl o and then ctrl x
When I try logging into my server using the key auth it simply asks for my login, once it is input it says authorization invalid then ask for my password.
i have registered two domain names that i want to use to connect to my ubuntu server. I was wondering how to do this i was looking at bind9 but that didn't work that great. The server is behind a router with firewall i can connect to it using the external IP address but i like to use the two domain names if that is possible.
I have Ubuntu and I want to setup a mailserver. I use fetchmail to fetch mail But I wanted to configure fetchmail with fetchmailconf. I know, I can edit the configfile, but I wanted to use fetchmailconf. According to the man of fetchmail, fetchmailconf is very handy.
In synaptic, I installed fetchmail 126.96.36.199Ubuntu2.3 and I wanted to install fetchmailconf 188.8.131.52Ubuntu2 : well it didnt work fetchmailconf 184.108.40.206Ubuntu2 needs fetchmail 220.127.116.11Ubuntu2. So, no worries: I searched the internet for fetchmailconf 18.104.22.168Ubuntu2.3, but I couldn't find any. Same with fetchmail22.214.171.124Ubuntu2
First of all, I want to flame synaptic for supplying 2 different versions for 2 pieces of software that only work with eachother. Second: where can I find 2 matching versions? Or fix synaptic or maybe someone has a really cool solution?
I ended up setting up a basic linux file server as a pdc for that office. Our main office is a windows 2000 ads domain. The two offices are connected with a vpn. I only have two users at the new location so I simply have the linux and samba usernames/passwords setup manually. I would like to know if it is possible to setup a domain trust between the two sites so I don't have to create a username/password in the remote site for every user at the main office to access. I did some searching but came up empty.
I've got a home server running Ubuntu Server 9.04 and several machines running Ubuntu Desktop (9.04 and 8.04) and Windows (XP, Vista and 7). Now what I want to do is to create a domain and directory server similar in function to Windows Server w/ AD and join my other machines to the domain, but am not sure where to start. I already have file shares with Samba but now I want to setup a domain.
In the office there is a local network with samba+openldap PDC. The local domain name is company.net. The company desided to create a corporate Website on a remote hosting and desided that the site's domain should be company.net which is same as local network's domain name. So now it is not possible to reach that corporate website from within the company's local network because, as I guess, bind9 which is installed on above menioned PDC looks for company.net on a local webserver. Is there a possibility to let people from this local network browse the remote site?
I recently installed likewise 6.0 on a Ubuntu 10.04 box and I was able to login as a Domain user. However my domain user account is not showing on the "User Settings" panel (I can only see locally created accounts). And if try to change login shell by typing "chsh", then it tells me user "DOMAINusername" does not exist in /etc/passwd.
I am starting to develop websites in Ubuntu. I have set up apache server, php, mysql, and phpmyadmin. I have also set up a local domain for the site. Everything works great with html files, but how do I get Firefox to open .php files instead of trying to save them.
I've recently installed noip2 which installed fine. Except when I try connect to my noip domain it sends me to my router login page and won't let me access my ubuntu box. How can I set my noip domain so when I connect, it will allow me to access SSH, sabnzbd, etc., instead of forwarding me to the router login page. I'm sensing that I may have to set the ubuntu box to a static ip and forward the various ports of SSH, sabnzbd, etc to it. Would this be correct?
I have a SBS '08 server, and it handles all FSMO roles, and every service known to man. I'm trying to shift those to other computers, but we haven't got the capital for another server. I know Linux is a capable OS and has the ability to run DNS, but I'm not too familiar with linux. How could I set up DNS on linux so that it is a redundant DNS server?
I'm trying to set up an mail filter for our domain. At the moment we're using ClearOS as the filter, works OK but I still get something through and the blacklist and whitelist doesn't seem to work. I was hoping to set up a mail filter on my own, using Spamassassin and/or something else. It seems I have to buy subscription at ClearOS to make it update better or something. I might just do that, it's just tempting to find a way to do it on "my own". I tried to follow these instructions but I don't seem to go anywhere... ...I began with setting up the base server as it is shown there. I've setup quite a few Linux servers, mainly as firewall/gateway kind of things but also some DNS servers, web servers and so on.
I have one mail server and the mail filter is supposed to be on the outside to filter mail before it hits the mail server.
I'm Trying to setup Sendmail to work with my domain in my server which is :
Code: Linux Centos 5.4 My server can send mail locally to users in my Linux Box and it can receive mails from yahoo and other mail providers in the web, but when i try to send mails to yahoo or others it send me some mail delivery message which is :
I have a question which it believe it is quite simple but I have no clue how to do it... I'm using Fedora 12 and I'm the only Linux machine in my office's LAN... I have Apache (httpd) setup and my co-workers can access the sites perfectly by using my IP address, for example [URL]... So here's the question, how do I setup a domain name so everyone in the LAN can access the sites by typing [URL]..
Location and syntax of named.conf in Ubuntu's version of BIND 9. I already have an HTTP server (in the form of Apache) along with forum software set up on my Acer netbook. However, the only way I can access the forum software is if I type in my IP address. How do I set up my named.conf to get the IP address to redirect to a domain? I already have my resolv.conf configured to allocate a domain to the IP address, but testing the ping of the site returns a "No such domain" error.
Every time I log into my Ubuntu machine I have to enter my username (manually type it in)as firstname.lastname@example.org then put in my password.I can see local users are displayed on the welcome page, how can I add my domain user to the pick list, so I can just select it then tap in my password?
I'm trying to integrate my Ubuntu PC into an Active Directory domain using Samba, Kerberos and Winbind. The task I'm trying to accomplish now is to automatically connect user folder from DFS server when domain user logs in. I created a simple (contains one line ) script to do that:
Code: #!/bin/bash mount //<server.domain>/Users$/$1 /media/dfs_user -o rw,user=<domain>\$1
I need to run this script with root privileges and parameter $(whoami) after domain user logs in so it results in command:
Code: mount //<server.domain>/Users$/<username> /media/dfs_user -o rw,user=<domain><username>
What should I do? Is there any other better way (seems little unsecure like this)? I was thinking about adding this into /etc/fstab file, but don't know how to tell it what is the actual name of logged in user... I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 x32.
This is the second machine of mine where the keyboard has quit once the machine is fully booted. However, this only happens in one user account, in both cases, the most-used account. The keyboard works fine in the other user accounts on both machines, and the keyboard works fine in all accounts when logging in. It is only when Kubuntu 8.04 is up an running that the problem occurs.
In the problem accounts, pressing and holding one of the keys does generate input, but it comes in pairs. I cannot type a single letter. It looks like the delay and repeat rates are messed up, but resetting them in the control panel does nothing. On one machine, I just installed a newer version of the OS. On the machine in question now, however, it is a business machine, and I don't want to have it down if I can 'save' it. I am guessing that this is a config issue somewhere in the innards of KDE 3.5. Can I safely delete a hidden directory somewhere, and force KDE to recreate a new set of config files?