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problem with courier-imap



Beloveds boys,
I just do not succeed to authenticate to me with courier-imap1.0.6.
I enclose you the rows of courier-imap.

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##VERSION: $Id: authdaemonrc.in,v 1.8 2001/10/07 02:16:22 mrsam Exp $
#
# Copyright 2000-2001 Double Precision, Inc.  See COPYING for
# distribution information.
#
# authdaemonrc created from authdaemonrc.dist by sysconftool
#
# Do not alter lines that begin with ##, they are used when upgrading
# this configuration.
#
# This file configures authdaemond, the resident authentication daemon.
#
# Comments in this file are ignored.  Although this file is intended to
# be sourced as a shell script, authdaemond parses it manually, so
# the acceptable syntax is a bit limited.  Multiline variable contents,
# with the \ continuation character, are not allowed.  Everything must
# fit on one line.  Do not use any additional whitespace for indentation,
# or anything else.

##NAME: authmodulelist:0
#
# The authentication modules that are linked into authdaemond.  The
# default list is installed.  You may selectively disable modules simply
# by removing them from the following list.  The available modules you
# can use are: authcustom authcram authuserdb authldap authmysql authpam

authmodulelist="authmysql authpam"

##NAME: authmodulelistorig:1
#
# This setting is used by Courier's webadmin module, and should be left
# alone

authmodulelistorig="authmysql authpam"

##NAME: daemons:0
#
# The number of daemon processes that are started.  authdaemon is typically
# installed where authentication modules are relatively expensive: such
# as authldap, or authmysql, so it's better to have a number of them
running.
# PLEASE NOTE:  Some platforms may experience a problem if there's more than
# one daemon.  Specifically, SystemV derived platforms that use TLI with
# socket emulation.  I'm suspicious of TLI's ability to handle multiple
# processes accepting connections on the same filesystem domain socket.
#
# You may need to increase daemons if as your system load increases.
Symptoms
# include sporadic authentication failures.  If you start getting
# authentication failures, increase daemons.  However, the default of 5
# SHOULD be sufficient.  Bumping up daemon count is only a short-term
# solution.  The permanent solution is to add more resources: RAM, faster
# disks, faster CPUs...

daemons=5

##NAME: version:0
#
# When you have multiple versions of authdaemond.* installed, authdaemond
# just picks the first one it finds.  Set "version" to override that.
# For example:  version=authdaemond.plain

version="authdaemond.mysql"

##NAME: authdaemonvar:0
#
# authdaemonvar is here, but is not used directly by authdaemond.  It's
# used by various configuration and build scripts, so don't touch it!

authdaemonvar=/usr/lib/courier-imap/var/authdaemon
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##VERSION: $Id: authmysqlrc,v 1.10 2002/04/02 23:41:41 mrsam Exp $
#
# Copyright 2000 Double Precision, Inc.  See COPYING for
# distribution information.
#
# Do not alter lines that begin with ##, they are used when upgrading
# this configuration.
#
# authmysqlrc created from authmysqlrc.dist by sysconftool
#
# DO NOT INSTALL THIS FILE with world read permissions.  This file
# might contain the MySQL admin password!
#
# Each line in this file must follow the following format:
#
# field[spaces|tabs]value
#
# That is, the name of the field, followed by spaces or tabs, followed by
# field value.  Trailing spaces are prohibited.


##NAME: LOCATION:0
#
# The server name, userid, and password used to log in.

MYSQL_SERVER		127.0.0.1
MYSQL_USERNAME		userconsult
MYSQL_PASSWORD		readonly

##NAME: MYSQL_SOCKET:0
#
# MYSQL_SOCKET can be used with MySQL version 3.22 or later, it specifies
the
# filesystem pipe used for the connection
#
# MYSQL_SOCKET		/var/mysql/mysql.sock

##NAME: MYSQL_PORT:0
#
# MYSQL_PORT can be used with MySQL version 3.22 or later to specify a port
to
# connect to.

MYSQL_PORT		3306

##NAME: MYSQL_OPT:0
#
# Leave MYSQL_OPT as 0, unless you know what you're doing.

MYSQL_OPT		0

##NAME: MYSQL_DATABASE:0
#
# The name of the MySQL database we will open:

MYSQL_DATABASE		userdb

##NAME: MYSQL_USER_TABLE:0
#
# The name of the table containing your user data.  See README.authmysqlrc
# for the required fields in this table.

MYSQL_USER_TABLE	passwd

##NAME: MYSQL_CRYPT_PWFIELD:0
#
# Either MYSQL_CRYPT_PWFIELD or MYSQL_CLEAR_PWFIELD must be defined.  Both
# are OK too. crypted passwords go into MYSQL_CRYPT_PWFIELD, cleartext
# passwords go into MYSQL_CLEAR_PWFIELD.  Cleartext passwords allow
# CRAM-MD5 authentication to be implemented.

MYSQL_CRYPT_PWFIELD	password

##NAME: MYSQL_CLEAR_PWFIELD:0
#
#
# MYSQL_CLEAR_PWFIELD	pswclr

##NAME: MYSQL_DEFAULT_DOMAIN:0
#
# If DEFAULT_DOMAIN is defined, and someone tries to log in as 'user',
# we will look up 'user@DEFAULT_DOMAIN' instead.
#
#
# DEFAULT_DOMAIN		retinet.linux

##NAME: MYSQL_UID_FIELD:0
#
# Other fields in the mysql table:
#
# MYSQL_UID_FIELD - contains the numerical userid of the account
#
MYSQL_UID_FIELD		uid

##NAME: MYSQL_GID_FIELD:0
#
# Numerical groupid of the account

MYSQL_GID_FIELD		gid

##NAME: MYSQL_LOGIN_FIELD:0
#
# The login id, default is id.  Basically the query is:
#
#  SELECT MYSQL_UID_FIELD, MYSQL_GID_FIELD, ... WHERE id='loginid'
#

MYSQL_LOGIN_FIELD	login

##NAME: MYSQL_HOME_FIELD:0
#

MYSQL_HOME_FIELD	home

##NAME: MYSQL_NAME_FIELD:0
#
# The user's name (optional)

MYSQL_NAME_FIELD	name

##NAME: MYSQL_MAILDIR_FIELD:0
#
# This is an optional field, and can be used to specify an arbitrary
# location of the maildir for the account, which normally defaults to
# $HOME/Maildir (where $HOME is read from MYSQL_HOME_FIELD).
#
# You still need to provide a MYSQL_HOME_FIELD, even if you uncomment this
# out.
#
# MYSQL_MAILDIR_FIELD	maildir

##NAME: MYSQL_QUOTA_FIELD:0
#
# Define MYSQL_QUOTA_FIELD to be the name of the field that can optionally
# specify a maildir quota.  See README.maildirquota for more information
#
# MYSQL_QUOTA_FIELD	quota

##NAME: MYSQL_WHERE_CLAUSE:0
#
# This is optional, MYSQL_WHERE_CLAUSE can be basically set to an arbitrary
# fixed string that is appended to the WHERE clause of our query
#
# MYSQL_WHERE_CLAUSE	server='mailhost.example.com'



MYSQL_SELECT_CLAUSE SELECT login,password,'',uid,gid,home,'',hardquota,''
FROM passwd where login='$(local_part)' and virtual_host='$(domain)


##NAME: MYSQL_SELECT_CLAUSE:0
#
# (EXPERIMENTAL)
# This is optional, MYSQL_SELECT_CLAUSE can be set when you have a database,
# which is structuraly different from proposed. The fixed string will
# be used to do a SELECT operation on database, which should return fields
# in order specified bellow:
#
# username, cryptpw, uid, gid, clearpw, home, maildir, quota, fullname
#
# Enabling this option causes ignorance of any other field-related
# options, excluding default domain.
#
# There are two variables, which you can use. Substitution will be made
# for them, so you can put entered username (local part) and domain name
# in the right place of your query. These variables are:
#	 	$(local_part) and $(domain)
#
# If a $(domain) is empty (not given by the remote user) the default domain
# name is used in its place.
#
# This example is a little bit modified adaptation of vmail-sql
# database scheme:
#
# MYSQL_SELECT_CLAUSE	SELECT popbox.local_part,			\
#			CONCAT('{MD5}', popbox.password_hash),		\
#			popbox.clearpw,					\
#			domain.uid,					\
#			domain.gid,					\
#			CONCAT(domain.path, '/', popbox.mbox_name),	\
#			'',						\
#			domain.quota,					\
#			'',						\
#			FROM popbox, domain				\
#			WHERE popbox.local_part = '$(local_part)'	\
#			AND popbox.domain_name = '$(domain)'		\
#			AND popbox.domain_name = domain.domain_name
#
##NAME: MYSQL_CHPASS_CLAUSE:0
#
# (EXPERIMENTAL)
# This is optional, MYSQL_CHPASS_CLAUSE can be set when you have a database,
# which is structuraly different from proposed. The fixed string will
# be used to do an UPDATE operation on database. In other words, it is
# used, when changing password.
#
# There are four variables, which you can use. Substitution will be made
# for them, so you can put entered username (local part) and domain name
# in the right place of your query. There variables are:
# 	$(local_part) , $(domain) , $(newpass) , $(newpass_crypt)
#
# If a $(domain) is empty (not given by the remote user) the default domain
# name is used in its place.
# $(newpass) contains plain password
# $(newpass_crypt) contains its crypted form
#
# MYSQL_CHPASS_CLAUSE	UPDATE	popbox					\
#			SET	clearpw='$(newpass)',			\
#				password_hash='$(newpass_crypt)'	\
#			WHERE	local_part='$(local_part)'		\
#			AND	domain_name='$(domain)'
#