Re: [exim] How to configure exim to accept messages for rela…
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> 1. If you have a known static IP at the location you operate from, then all > they have to do is to add that IP to the entry that goes > something like: > hostlist relay_from_hosts = what-is-already-there : YOUR_IP
Hi, Odhiambo, Thanks for your reply. In the U.S. only the rarest of users has a static IP on her/his home machine. My ISP is Verizon, a huge, and much-hated U.S. telephone company. I turn my computer on in the morning, turn it off at night; and every day I get a new dynamic address from Verizon. Fortunately Verizon doesn't enter the picture here at all.
> 2. If (1) is not the case, then they need to configure their authenticators > in Exim (this is in the exim.conf somewhere) to be able > to authenticate users against the passwd file, or use one of the > several available authentication methods that Exim can use.
<G> Yes, I know that. But I need to know exactly _how_. The devil is well-known to be in the details. I am hoping for someone here who runs an E-mail server(using exim) and who has clients who rely on this server for relay hosting to tell me how their exim.conf handles this.
I am familiar with postfix and can configure the postfix on my machine to deal with whatever the exim at gltap.com wants.
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