On Sun, Dec 31, 2000 at 10:51:01PM +0100, Michael Steiner wrote: > Raffaele Sandrini wrote: > > > > Hi all > > > > I have some Exim questions. I comming from a SuSE system wich uses > > Sendmail so i have very little knoledge about exim. First of all: I use > > Kmail to get my mail via POP3. I use a relay, mail.gmx.ch, for outgoing > > mail so i chose option 3 in eximconfig. If i try to send a local email > > (via Kmail) i.e to email@example.com then exim doesn't send anything. > > If i type sendmail -bp i get the mail in the queue... How can i say exim > > to deliver the mail.? > > Secnd problem. GMX uses the today non-standard to login via SMTP > > (RFC-2554) as lots of cliants can do that. Is it possible to give exim a > > username and a password to login in the smarthost? > > > > General question: Is better to use sendmail than exim i thought to use > > exim because the debian developpers would have thought something before > > they decided to use it apart of sendmail... > > Thanks a lot. > > > > If you have experience with sendmail and you know how to handly it use > your sendmail knowledge. There is no reason to change to exim. Help you > can find best at comp.mail.sendmail group. Lets see the other answers, > maybe I will change to sendmail too ? > Maybe you can tell me how to configure sendmail to use smtp-auth with gmx? I used smtp-after-pop so far, but this has been a major PITA. My bat book doesn't mention smtp-auth. Cheers Martin -- In every non-trivial program there is at least one bug.
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