[Workaround] problem with postfix/mysql
Hartman Wagner III
hartman at fhwconsulting.com
Mon Nov 21 18:47:41 CET 2005
I fixed the problem; it was related to MySQL password compatibility issues.
I'm not exactly sure what it is but I had to do the following within mysql
to correct the problem.
Mysql> use mysql
Mysql> UPDATE user set password = old_password('your password') where user =
Mysql> flush privileges;
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Subject: [Workaround] problem with postfix/mysql
I'm build a second server with debian stable and I am getting this error in
051119 17:19:32 156 Connect Client does not support authentication
protocol requested by server; consider upgrading MySQL client
I can connect to mysql fine using mysql, so I will assume it has something
to do with postfix-mysql. I get then error when I telnet into the localhost
on port 25 to test the setup.
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