Re: how to setup mail server to use (Yahoo|Gmail) smtp servers
On 10/15/08 02:48, Tristan Terpelle wrote:
On Tue, 14 Oct 2008 18:12:40 -0400, "H.S." <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I am tying to see which mail server to install so that I can send emails
via scripts using Gmail (preferable) or Yahoo smtp servers.
I haven't setup email servers yet. Which one I go for (on Debian and
Ubuntu)? Exim4, postfix, or perhaps msmtp? The last one I learned from
If people have done this kind of stuff before, any insights or points I
should keep in mind? The objective is to send emails unattended via
I'm running postfix myself. It handles several of my emailaccounts.
Sometimes mail sent using my @gmail accounts from my own SMTPd was bounced
because the SPF-records didn't match.
I had to set up postfix to use Gmail's SMTP as a relay for outgoing mail
for my Gmail-accounts. This was a bit tricky because Gmail's SMTPd only
accepts encrypted authenticated connections.
Outgoing mail from my other accounts are delivered using the ISP's relay.
So I'd recommend postfix, because it does what I need and I have no
experience with other SMTPd's. ;)
How do you configure it to use multiple relay hosts, dependent upon
"from" address domain?
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
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