Re: Safe, secure mail relay
* dman <firstname.lastname@example.org> [25-05-2002 11:56]:
> On Fri, May 24, 2002 at 07:46:16PM -0400, Daniel D Jones wrote:
> | I can receive mail just fine but, since I certainly don't want to
> | host an open relay, I can't send mail from my laptop.
> Solutions are :
> o remote-login to the system and work from there
> (if your link is fast enough then you can use X-over-ssh if
> you dislike mutt so much)
> o SMTP AUTH
> configure the SMTP server to handle the "AUTH" extension
> (defined in RFC 2821, IIRC) to allow arbitrary hosts to
> authenticate and thus be allowed to relay.
> o POP-before-SMTP
> another authentication mechanism whereby the server requires
> you to first access your POP box (and authenticate) and then
> assumes that, for a short while, that same IP is still you
> and will allow SMTP relaying
I have the same problem and I'm trying smtp over ssh without success?
I use woody/exim.
Is it possible or I'm trying the wrong thing?
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