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From: "Peter L. Berghold" on 1 Aug 2010 13:15
In pseudo code here's how I want my outside mail exchange system to
elsif mail_being_sent_by_roaming_laptop <-- need this!!!
The part that seems broken (and that is probably a good thing) right now
is the roaming laptop part. Since I travel a lot with my laptop both
for business and personal purposes and would like my laptop to relay
mail through my server when "outside the cloud" so to speak, what is the
best approach to this without breaking the MX functionality for my
I've read "The Book" on this subject about SASL authentication and my
fear is if I implement that I'll not be able to receive un-authenticated
hosts (such as the fine server that serves this list) and that would be
a bad thing.
Can somebody point me in the right direction and hopefully not screw
Peter L. Berghold, Australian Cattle Dog Owner, Agility Fan, Foodie,
Salty Old Dog and Old School Unix Hacker.
"Those who fail to learn from history are condemned to repeat it"
From: Wietse Venema on 1 Aug 2010 13:56
Peter L. Berghold:
> Hi folks,
> In pseudo code here's how I want my outside mail exchange system to
On the Postfix server:
permit_sasl_authenticated <- for the roaming laptop
Then configure the Postfix server for SASL (to authenticate the
roaming laptop) and perhaps TLS encryption (to protect the login