[Users] Question about SMTP servers?
Bjørn T Johansen
btj at havleik.no
Wed Dec 19 10:20:39 CET 2012
On Tue, 18 Dec 2012 21:47:35 -0500
Rich Pieri <richard.pieri at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 18 Dec 2012 15:40:50 +0100
> Bjørn T Johansen <btj at havleik.no> wrote:
> > uses authentication.. So my question is, can I configurate this
> > somehow in CM? I.e. using no authentication when I am on my LAN and
> > using authentication when I am not?
> There's going to be manual switching between SMTP servers if you need
> to switch between SMTP servers. If you store your mail on your ISP's
> servers then there's little point to it. Just use the ISP for
> everything all the time.
> I avoid the problem entirely by using SSH tunnels into my home network
> and setting the host and ports to localhost:### as appropriate. This
> way I am bridged to my private network for all mail handling regardless
> of my physical location. I do it this way because I have a private IMAP
> server that I control (security, backups, etc.) for storing all of my
Yes, that's what I also have, my own imap server... But I have moved the imap server out of my home, but I still like to use my own smtp server at
home, because of the speed of sending emails... :)
But I guess doing this automatic is not possible and since it is only me using the smpt server at home, I can add smtp authentication at home for my
user, this seems to be the easiest solution...
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