Re: CAll for standard bastion smtp: ssmtp
Why couldn't we jury-rig ssmtp to work similar to the ftk structure ie
have ssmtp recieve the mail perhaps copying it to a particular
isoloated directory and then every minute or so have ssmtp or some other
process go back thru the "isolated directory" and send the pending
messages to sendmail....therefore keeping sendmail from talking directly
to the internet.
Maybe by having ssmtp listen to 25 and send to 127.0.0.1/5 where sendmail
I may be getting over my head a bit so bear with me.
but if it could be done this way.....would it be secure?
Henry Hollenberg firstname.lastname@example.org
On Tue, 3 Mar 1998, Andreas Jellinghaus wrote:
> don't make a global decission :
> i prefer exim, others prefer qmail, and maybe some people still want to
> use sendmail.
> but i agree : as far as i know, ssmtp is only for local->smarthost
> delivery. this is the best solution for all pc's that should not carry
> it's own mail systems.
> it will do a good job on a firewall without a mail system, to pass the
> log file output's etc. to the internal mail host.
> but if you want to have a mail server running on the firewall, and deny
> all other mail traffic, you need a mail server to forward the mail
> (after doing security scans ?) to the other side. in that case you can't
> use ssmtp for that.
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