[CentOS] SMTP Port 465 - Postfix

Sat Mar 31 21:45:33 UTC 2012
Prabhpal S. Mavi <prabhpal at digital-infotech.net>

Dear Natraj,

Very Much senses able comment and good example to configure smtp on
desisted port. I was actually looking for something like this for a while,
how to configure smtp on non standard ports.

I love the community who put their affords and energy and deliver the
solutions in mailboxes directly.

Well Done Natraj, Thanks Dear All. ----

> You can run an smtp server on any port you want.  The advantage to not
> using one of the standard ports is that you won't have as many attacks
> from spammers and password guessing attacks.
> The smtp parameters that are specified in main.cf are the default for
> all of your smtp servers however any of the parameters can be overridden
> in master.cf.  So to define an smtp server on port 1234 which requires
> TLS (issued via a STARTTLS) and must have SASL authentication you would
> add the following entry to master.cf:
> 1234     inet n       -       n       -       -       smtpd
>   -o smtpd_enforce_tls=yes
>   -o smtpd_sasl_auth_enable=yes
>   -o smtpd_client_restrictions=permit_sasl_authenticated,reject
> The port number can also be any named port in /etc/services.
> For any public SMTP server on the internet, I believe the relevant RFC
> specifies that you must accept unauthenticated, unencrypted (NON-TLS)
> connections on port 25 (sort of obvious if you want to receive incoming
> mail from the Internet).  What I do on my servers is to disallow
> relaying and authentication from my port 25 smtp server and require all
> of my mail clients to connect on the port that I designate, requiring
> TLS+SASL auth.
> Nataraj
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Thanks / Regards
Prabhpal S. Mavi