Forwarding mail to another server
joe at netmusician.org
Fri Aug 26 16:26:14 GMT 2005
You can setup an MTA like Postfix to respond to an alternate port in
addition to port 25. So, for me, I send mail on port 2525 to my SMTP
server which requires authentication over SSL.
If this sort of setup is not feasible for you, would a .forward file
in your home directory do what you want?
On Aug 26, 2005, at 6:08 AM, Pat Maddox wrote:
> My ISP (Bresnan) blocks outgoing traffic on port 25. I'd like to make
> it so that the mail program automatically forwards requests to my
> ISP's mail server, instead of trying to directly send mail to the
> appropriate server.
> For example, if I did
> mail pergesu at gmail.com
> And sent a message, my machine would send that to mail.bresnan.net and
> have them pass it on. Is it possible to do that? If so, how?
> Thanks, Pat
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