Sendmail AUTH using ldap changed ?

Paul Howarth paul at
Thu Nov 25 13:25:50 UTC 2004

Neil Marjoram wrote:
> Thanks, that's got it, I changed the value to ldap, just to note you 
> also need to add a config file /etc/saslauthd.conf with details of the 
> ldap server. I still get this error :
> sendmail[10613]: unable to open Berkeley db /etc/sasldb2: No such file 
> or directory
> sendmail[10613]: no secret in database
> But since I haven't set this up I suppose it's to be expected.

You could always create an empty one:

# saslpasswd2 -c dummy
Password: ****
Again (for verification): ****
# saslpasswd2 -d dummy


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