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Re: How to set up ssl authentication for outgoing mail

 On Wed, 07 May 2008 13:01:41 -0400 
Matthew Gillen <[hidden email]> wrote: 

> Jerry Feldman wrote: 
> > Recently Comcast started to require that I use port 587 as the outgoing 
> > port to access, as well as ssl and authentication. I 
> > was able to test this with claws mail sending using my comcast address, 
> > I'm not exactly sure how to set up ssl and authentication. 
> > Port 587 is easy: relayhost = 
> > 
> > But, I was not sure where to set up the authentication in and 
> > supporting files for postfix. 
> Note that you'll no longer be able to receive port 25 traffic either, since 
> the block is both directions.  If you complain loudly enough, they'll take the 
> port 25 block off your account.  It might take multiple calls until you get 
> someone who doesn't have their head up their a$$ though... 

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