Dear all,

relay(ie tcp.smtp file) only helps if the mails are being sent to
someother outer domains but what about  if the mails are being sent to the
mailboxes on this server only . idont want any of the employee of this
organisation to send mail posing as the ceo of the organisation.







>
> Never allow relay.  Only allow 127.0.0.1  (localhost) to send email
> using SMTP.  when your users authenicate the message will relay from
> localhost and not their IP address.  This also prevents servers from
> using your SMTP server to route messages through it.
>
> When SMTP auth is enabled, you will need to configure your email client
> like outlook, outlooke express etc MY SERVER REQUIRES AUTHENICATION for
> the outbound SMTP server settings.
>
> Hope that helps.
>
> Cheers.
>
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> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
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>>Dear All,
>>
>>ok i know how to force users to provide username and password(ofcourse
>>using jms's patch) for sending mail but what about the servers on the
>>internet how they'll send mails to this server can i excluded say any ip
>>to not be authenticated.
>>
>>Regards
>>
>>
>>RM
>>
>>
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>>>On Sat, November 26, 2005 3:13 am, Jimmy said:
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>>>>[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
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>>>>>Dear All,
>>>>>
>>>>>How can i force my users to provide username and password for sending
>>>>>mails also.I have installed the Auth patch but dont have a clue how to
>>>>>force it.
>>>>>
>>>>>Regards
>>>>>RM
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>The qmail toaster patch on shupp.org will do the trick,
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>You can also take a look at John Simpson's site:
>>>http://qmail.jms1.net
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