yes you should use smtp-auth that's what I use and I have had this for
over 5 years now..
Works all over the world as long as the internet connection does not
block port 25 hehe, which then I create an iptables rule where using an
upper port goes to the qmail server port 25 and I can sent without any
Just my 2 cents.
Davis Sylvester wrote:
I am using Qmail and Dovecot for IMAP. Prior to installing Dovecot we
only offered POP3 and SMTP services.
The issue I have run into is that after I installed Dovecot, IMAP runs
fine, but when my users go to send email they can't.
We are using POP-before-SMTP for SMTP auth. Since there is no POP
account anymore no one can send outbound email.
We use vpopmail to manage all domain and virtual domains.
Is there a simple resolution to resolve this issue? I have looked at
SMTP-AUTH but not sure it will work with vpopmail.
Thanks in advance!