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Subject: Re: Roaming Users
From: Darron Froese (darronfroese.org)
Date: Tue Sep 26 2000 - 12:47:51 CDT
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on 9/26/00 10:22 AM, Ron 'The InSaNe One' Rosson at
> sort of AUTH so they can use my SMTP server.
You could use SMTP AUTH in the current postfix snapshot - check out
SASL_README in the distribution tarball.
> Well since my POP and IMAP services are enlosed in STUNNEL
> POP-BEFORE-SMTP only sees localhost (which does my users no good) Does
> anyone have any ideas on how I can accomplish some sort of
> AUTHENTICATION to allow my roaming userbase to use my SMTP Server.
I've gotten around this problem under Linux (I'm not sure if you can use
this option under FreeBSD) by using Stunnel in -T mode - Transparent Proxy
Mode. When you run stunnel in -T mode, it logs the connection as coming from
the real IP address- that way you can use pop-before-smtp by Benett Todd.
More info is available here:
-- Darron darronfroese.org