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RE: [SLUG] POP3 authentication on sendmail
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- Subject: RE: [SLUG] POP3 authentication on sendmail
- From: grant@xxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Tue Oct 17 10:39:23 2000
- Reply-to: <grant@xxxxxxxxxx>
> >Our company is now of the ORB/RBL list and would like to stay there.
> >One requirment we do have is to use our mail server while OS using
> >ISP assigned IP addresses.
> >I have heard about doing pop3 authentication on sending mail!!
> >I have found
> >which has a solution. Is this the best bethod? Are there any other
> >suggestions or experiences?
> Just use the ISP's local SMTP server to send mail. Your mail
> program (MUA)
> will allow you to configure a different SMTP host (MTA) to
> POP3 host (MDA).
Because of the lack of a way out of Xchnge(or percieved "too hard I'll do it
, they use windoze Outloook to get and send their mail.
They travel from city to city in asia and often use
IBM.net or other providers that you are lucky to get connected let alone
findout every single one's smtp server.
They would like a solution that means that they don't have to change their
mail server settings.
How does the SSL authenication in a connection work?
on a password, key, passphrase ?
how does this apply in a SSL mail connection?