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From: Jeff Sherk Forerunner Ministries (jeffForerunnerTV.com)
Date: Sun Jun 20 2010 - 21:51:28 CDT
On 6/20/2010 8:21 PM, Victor Duchovni wrote:
Ok thanks Victor... I took a look at that, but I don't think that is
what I want... perhaps null client is not the correct terminology! In
this case, null client seems to be when the server sends an email it
gets delivered back to the server (to a different address, but still on
the same server). Perhaps my understanding of null client needs to be
What I am trying to do, is get postfix (running on centos-server) to
connect to a completely different server (mail-server). I believe it is
smtp and sasl that needs to used, but I am not not 100% sure about that.
In order for postfix/centos-server to connect to mail-server, it needs
to authenticate with a username and password. I do not know how to tell
postfix/centos-server where to put this username and password, and I do
not know how to tell postfix/centos-server that it needs to use them to
authenticate with mail-server.
There is obviously a step I am missing or not understanding, but I just
can't seem to figure out what I need to do to get it to work.