From: Andrew Bartlett (abartlet at samba dot org)
Date: Thu Nov 18 2004 - 03:42:06 EST
On Thu, 2004-11-18 at 06:04, David Partain wrote:
> Hi all,
> At work, we use exchange servers extensively. No, it's not
> my fault. Our servers require NTLM authentication for IMAP.
> Background: I'm a linux user and read mail with kmail.
> To date, I've used fetchmail (with its NTLM support from
> samba) to suck down the mail and deliver it locally and read
> it from there. This works fine, but... I'd rather use IMAP
> and leave stuff on the server so I can handle mail more easily
> while on the road.
> Until recent kde releases, talking to our exchange servers
> was out of the question since kmail didn't support NTLM
> authentication. Now, however, it's now possible to use NTLM
> if you have the Cyrus SASL NTML plugin installed.
> So, I grabbed and compiled cyrus-sasl, including the NTLM
> plugin. Now, I can successfully configure a kmail "receiver"
> to use NTLM. But that's as far as I get. When I try to log in,
> it fails 'cause I don't have the right username magic.
If you try my patch:
This should use domain\username, and use Samba's ntlm_auth utility for
better NTLMSSP compatibility. I would be interested to see if this
-- Andrew Bartlett abartlet at samba dot org Authentication Developer, Samba Team http://samba.org Student Network Administrator, Hawker College abartlet at hawkerc dot net