Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 41005
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2005/12/13-15 [Computer/SW/Mail] UID:41005 Activity:nil
12/13   Hi guys, SMTP relay does not work with the new soda.
        It used to work using SMTP/SSL with password authentication on old
        soda.
        Can someone get SMTP/SSL relay working again, on some port?
        (I don't like to use the company SMTP server for personal e-mails, and
        I actually prefer a GUI client over logging in and using mutt.)
        \_ This is a known issue, root types are trying to figure it out.
           \_ Thanks root!
           \_ I have this working nicely on Postfix if there's anything
              from my setup you want (don't know how sendmail does it.) -John
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