Re: CAll for standard bastion smtp: ssmtp
I personally would like to avoid non-free software if possible. If it's
head and shoulders above the other offerings of course it would be best to
opt for security....but if we can make things PDB-secure
(PDB=Pretty-Dad-Burned), with a little extra work using another method I
think that would be better in the long haul.
Henry Hollenberg firstname.lastname@example.org
On Tue, 3 Mar 1998, Barry Ferg wrote:
> Another non-freely distributable solution would be smap from TIS'
> fwtk. I've been using it in a Linux (and now Debian) based firewall
> for over two years very successfully. The nice thing about smap is
> that it only receives and spools mail and leaves the send part to sendmail
> or whatever else you might want to use. There are also several
> patches for it to mitigate spam.
> I noticed that the fwtk is already a Debian package, but it is several
> revisions behind the current release.
> http://www.tis.com/prodserv/fwtk/readme.html if you're interested.
> Unfortunately the license states "you may not redistribute or otherwise
> make available the FWTK to another person, organization or entity".
> I still like the way smap works though - maybe there is something else
> available with the same functionality.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Henry Hollenberg <email@example.com>
> To: Tommi Virtanen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >Yeah, I've heard a number of good reports on qmail....the great circle
> >firewall folks seem to like it. I guess I'll download it and read thru
> >it's docs.
> > Henry Hollenberg email@example.com
> >On Tue, 3 Mar 1998, Tommi Virtanen wrote:
> >> I personally would opt for qmail on the firewall. I know it's not
> >> freely distributable, but it's the best. Please remember to keep
> >> an option open for the local sysadmin to change things like this if
> >> he so wishes.
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