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Re: (Bug #286255) ssmtp does not work authenticated

Simon Richter wrote:
> There is also a tool called esmtp, which seems to be able to do
> authentication, even with TLS, however it gets the authentication data
> from the sending user's home directory and is more likely to be suited
> for laptop installations only.
I don't know about older versions, but 0.5.0-4 works fine with authentication
from the esmtprc in /etc. It even asks debconf questions to set up auth. Also,
if you want /usr/sbin/sendmail and mail-transport-agent with esmtp, you need to
install esmtp-run.

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David Mandelberg

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