[CentOS] sendmail sending out on port 587
kahlil.hodgson at dealmax.com.au
Mon Mar 22 00:25:31 UTC 2010
On 22/03/10 10:01, Gregory P. Ennis wrote:
> I had been doing what you suggested above. This resulted in being able
> to read all e-mail, but I could not send any e-mail in that port 25 was
> being blocked by the hotel.
I use thunderbird and have configured it to use multiple outgoing SMTP
servers for various circumstances. There is an option in the outgoing
SMTP server settings to specify the port that it uses.
Another option which is simpler than sendmail (and even postfix) is to
use a simple SMTP relay like ssmtp (get off centos repos). This has a
very simple configuration file and even an example of what you want to
do. This way you dont have to change your favourite email client :-)
Hope this helps!
Kahlil (Kal) Hodgson GPG: C37B01F4
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