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[Discuss] Mail screwed the pooch

OK in theory you will get this and I'm sending this from Tunderbird.  I 
think this will work

I had to open up sntps on the firewall, and than a david at 
entry in virtual_users for the authentication to work.  I was able to 
send email to my gmail account this way!

On 04/02/2016 08:48 PM, Rich Pieri wrote:
> On 4/2/2016 8:01 PM, David Kramer wrote:
>> I just looked up the Google SMTP, and that's a nice option, except
>> for the fact that they change the From address to the Gmail address
>> you use for authentication, which will be confusing for the
>> recipient.
> Then let's get clever: get your Linode server working as I previously
> described and then configure your home MTA to use it as its smarthost.
> This should get your mail moving without headers being rewritten and
> without waiting for DNS changes to propagate. You need to add your
> public facing home IP address to Postfix's mynetworks list and you will
> need to update it manually when it changes.

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