[CentOS] Up to date guide/information Sendmail SMTP Auth

Wed Mar 8 17:34:19 UTC 2017
David Both <dboth at millennium-technology.com>

Try this article, "Outbound authentication for Sendmail."


I wrote this after setting it up on my own CentOS server.

On 03/08/2017 10:41 AM, Mark Weaver wrote:
> Hello all,
> I've been googling my brains out since yesterday looking for
> up-to-date information on this matter, and have found information that
> is anywhere from 15 to 5 years old. I'd really like some information
> that much more up to date on the subject. Specifically configuring
> Sendmail SMTP authentication (_no smart host stuff_).
> I've got Sendmail 8.14 installed on a CentOS 7.3 server. Also installed:
> - Cyrus-sasl
> - Dovecot
> - Openssl
> Essentially everything I need except the working knowledge for the
> process. If someone knows where I might locate this information it
> would be greatly appreciated.
> thanks
> Mark
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