I'm just starting out with OpenBSD and I wanted to relay email with OpenSTMP. I was able to follow the example on the stmpd.conf man page: https://man.openbsd.org/smtpd.conf
I got the relay working by following the first example and adding "user username" to the following
> What's the alternative? Did you make an update?
I don't know, it was about a month ago. I was trying to get the relay working so
I was making changes to the smtpd.conf file. AFAIK I was restarting smtpd after
each edit and stopped when it worked.
Here are the diff's for my smtpd.conf from
Yes, I know it's hard to believe, maybe I forget to reload smtpd.conf after I
made the edit, but I don't think so.
Yes, secrets exists and has valid login info. I tested the info with Thunderbird
on a client and was able to send an email
> -- Original Message
"Is it possible to resend without all the html?"
Oh boy, sorry about that, hope this is better
I'm just starting out with OpenBSD and I wanted to relay email with OpenSTMP. I
was able to follow the example on the stmpd.conf man page:
I got the
> What happened "late March"? Did you reboot the system or did smtpd crash?
I think I rebooted after applying these patches:
015: SECURITY FIX: March 22, 2019 All architectures
A state in pf could pass ICMP packets to a destination IP address that did not
match the state.
A source code patch
> Looks good.
> I bet money that the username:password pair in is just wrong :-)
How much would you like to wager? :)
I copied and pasted the info into a weblogin and it worked (unfortunately?)
The format of my secrets file is:
> Don't forget to run
> # smtpctl update
> 10€ for the project :-)
Haha, I'm sure a clever lawyer would have arguments for either of us already
winning that bet.
> Hm, maybe you need a "application password".
> # smtpd -dv -Ttransfer
> There will be the line "mta: 0x: >>> AUTH PLAIN SomeBase64Code
> $ echo
> 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
> (That is what you find when you search for smtphm. The .co.jp-part
> doesn't really anonymise it. You should have used the original from the
> get go.)
Oh ok, thanks, never used a mailing list before, wasn't really sure what the
> Do you have
> root: wt...@bell.net
> 1. When you attempt to relay through Bell's smtp relay are you sending
> mail as y...@bell.ca or
> any of the domains that falls under bell's domains? Perhaps they
> implemented a block that
> prevents firstname.lastname@example.org, or better even y...@anythingotherthanbell.ca.
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