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#1 08-09-2002 10:22:14

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Mail Routing

Ok, the mail routing works.  Whenever I use an address that isn't hypermart banned all the mail comes through when piped to qmail-inject, but whenever going to one of the other addresses I use for testing then nothing.

I have a couple pop services, but they require authentication for smtp.  How do I set up what they need to work?

 

#2 08-09-2002 15:59:44

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Re: Mail Routing

Don't worry about POPs.  Just check with Hypermart for the name or IP of their SMTP server.  Your physical server should have access to it without authentication.  Plug in the POPs as the owner and order email addresses as they have to do with getting mail, not sending it.


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#3 08-09-2002 16:14:48

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Re: Mail Routing

Sorry, I wasn't clear.  I use smtp/pop services that are not at hypermart.  I do no use hypermarts smtp server.  I don't even know if they have one.  Both of the SMTP servers I have access to require authentication for sending e-mail. 

 

#4 08-10-2002 09:56:01

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Re: Mail Routing

They've got to have one.  Just email them and find out what it is.  I think they run Linux over there, so you may have luck using a sendmail path (read the install section in the manual for common sendmail entries).


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#5 08-10-2002 10:09:36

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Re: Mail Routing

Their sendmail is qmail-inject.  I have checked.  I have to upgrade my service another level with them to use their smtp/pop services.  Something I am not willing to do until the sales at the site justify it. 

Qmail-inject works, except that the it seems to be banned by many pop services so I can't e-mail them using it. 

 

#6 08-10-2002 10:51:59

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Re: Mail Routing

Search the web for the name of an open relay SMTP server and use that.  They're hard to find, but some still exist out there.


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