I must say that Mobile TCP is the most recommended program of these =P, and it uses ICS as well ;).
Sadly I do not think that it will solve this problem, but I could look into adding authenticated SMTP, should not be that hard I guess. I have to rewrite the forwarding bit anyway ;). Sorry for being OT. /Fredrik On Wed, 5 Apr 2006 16:52:33 +0200 GMT, Dod wrote: > Hello David, > Don't know if they do authentication but I know two (freeware) local > SMTP relays used for people with a notebook that switch between ISP's > a lot. > Autoroute SMTP > MobileTCP > Regards. DR>> Before I reinvent the wheel .... DR>> I have a program here which sends email via SMTP but doesn't support DR>> authentication. I also have an ISP which only allows authenticated SMTP. DR>> Does anyone know of a little app which I can run locally on my PC DR>> (either as a service or a tray app) which will act as a little SMTP DR>> relay to get around this problem ? DR>> (Actually 'I' in the above is a non-technical customer of mine) DR>> regards DR>> David -- To unsubscribe or change your settings for TWSocket mailing list please goto http://www.elists.org/mailman/listinfo/twsocket Visit our website at http://www.overbyte.be