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From: Asif Iqbal (vadud3gmail.com)
Date: Fri Dec 19 2008 - 09:59:47 CST
On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 6:05 AM, Sahil Tandon <sahiltandon.net> wrote:
> Asif Iqbal wrote:
>> You are right I cannot talk to any domain's MX. My ISP is cox and I cannot
>> even talk to their two MXs on port 25. I guess I could do a nmap to find
>> what port they are using for MX. They might require some authentication.
>> I have no idea what my login is to my cox account.
> Neither smtp.east.cox.net nor smtp.west.cox.net work for you? Perhaps
> the mx.*.cox.net servers are for incoming *only*. But I am just
> speculating -- best to verify this with your ISP.
I will try again when I get to work.
>> > Also see:
>> > http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html#relayhost
>> Relay Host would probably be my only option. However using postfix relay with
>> gmail seems to be a *lot* of work
> It is not a lot of work at all; what gave you the assumption that it is?
This url suggests so.
I could skip the signing part and just a .pem file. But seems like I
will also need a Thawte certificate.
Well it is doable but not a snap like install nullmailer and stunnel
and just create a fake circitificate
and talk to gmail on port 465. :-)
I will try the gmail as relayhost
> Sahil Tandon <sahiltandon.net>
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