[CS-FSLUG] Server masquerading as client

Tim Young Tim.Young at LightSys.org
Wed Apr 8 15:10:38 CDT 2009

Looks like there are a few ways to do this like:
I am not a postfix guy, but these two seem to have most of the info one 
would need.

Are you using postfix? You said something like, "using an email server 
like postfix", but if you are using sendmail or some other one, it is 
easier to google how to do smtp_auth for that server than it is to 
switch servers.

- Tim Young

Ed Hurst wrote:
> Tim Young wrote:
>> I believe you want to set up the AT&T server as a "Smart Host". The
>> Smart Host is an email server that knows how to deliver emails. So
>> basically, your email server would forward on the email to their server
>> as if your server was a client. The difficulty is if their server needs
>> authentication before it can send, etc. I have not worked with those
>> features so I do not know if they exist.
> AT&T requires authentication and SSL. Their servers (actually Yahoo's)
> block email servers on their own DSL space. Most mail servers using
> blocklisting will add the SBC/AT&T DSL IP space, which AT&T publishes. I
> know the server which hosts this list does.
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