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Re: Basic SASL setup instructions

>At 03:48 PM 10/5/00 -0400, Robert Watt wrote:
>>Basically I copied the entry of an existing user and modified their
>>'userpassword' attribute to: {sasl}, then used saslpasswd to create
>>/etc/sasldb with that users name, realm and password. (there was a mention
>>of {sasl}xxxxxxxxxx  entries also for simple bind. I don't want simple
>>bind, so need to know how to setup the full-sasl way).

>The don't bother with userPassword...  setup up Cyrus SASL.
>Make sure it works (using Cyrus provided sample client and server
>and -s "ldap").  Then use same mechanism, authentication identities,
>secrets with slapd.

Does this mean that the userids and user passwords are not/cannot be held in
the LDAP database at the server end?