> Can you authenticate with openssl? No, I got the user and password prompts but auth failed.
> Ok, lets rethink this. Assuming it stopped working the moment the system > got rebooted. Than there once was a working configuration, that can be > recreated. But if it stopped working around the time of the reboot there > is the possibility the provider changed something, making it > incompatible with OpenSMTPD. (Than it would be nice to have real hostnames.) It's possible something with the provider changed but I don't think so. I called them and they told me to use my browser. This is my host and the source of the connection info I use: https://support.bell.ca/internet/email/how-to-use-bell-mail?step=5 > You could try: > > action "relay" relay host smtps://my_re...@smtphm.example0.co.jp:465 > auth <secrets> No route available > or: > action "relay" relay host smtp+tls://smtphm.example0.co.jp No auth table: When auth <secrets> is appended I get the same 535 auth failed. > (I assume you use smtpd only to send system message to your personal > inbox on smtphm.example0.co.jp. So maybe sending to someone on the > system doesn't require authentication.) Yes, that's what I'm using it for basically. I get local "daily output" emails from "r...@local.home" sent to "r...@local.home". Note: the domain is "local.home" and not "local.home.org" which is what it is when I try to send to external addresses. -- You received this mail because you are subscribed to firstname.lastname@example.org To unsubscribe, send a mail to: misc+unsubscr...@opensmtpd.org