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294191Re: Send email for users from any location

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  • Dotan Cohen
    Jul 8, 2013
      On Mon, Jul 8, 2013 at 11:04 PM, Peter <peter@...> wrote:
      > No, the service you're looking for is "submission", not "smtps". SMTPS is a
      > deprecated means of submission and you only need it if your users are using
      > a very old version of one particular email client in which case they likely
      > have other problems.

      Thank you Peter. Interestingly, even after enabling submission
      (perhaps incorrectly, I'm looking into that) I still get this in the
      logs when I try to send mail via postfix:

      11993 Jul 9 05:02:11 awsBeta postfix/smtpd[6734]: warning: hostname
      bzq-219-241-14.static.bezeqint.net does not resolve to address Name or service not known
      11994 Jul 9 05:02:11 awsBeta postfix/smtpd[6734]: connect from
      11995 Jul 9 05:02:12 awsBeta postfix/smtpd[6734]: NOQUEUE: reject:
      RCPT from unknown[]: 554 5.7.1
      <dotancohen@...>: Relay access denied;
      from=<fs@...> to=<dotancohen@...> proto=ESMTP
      11996 Jul 9 05:02:14 awsBeta postfix/smtpd[6734]: disconnect from
      unknown[] is the address where my desktop is located, and bzq-*
      obviously by the name refers to my ISP (Bezeq). It seems that even
      with submission enabled, Postfix wants the IP address whitelisted in
      "mydomains". I don't even see in the logs that Postfix bothered
      checking the submission credentials, it rejected bases on IP address
      before even getting that far.

      What else must be configured to remove the IP address whitelist and go
      right to the submission credentials check?

      Thank you for helping me learn! I've gone over these tutorials but I'm
      rather stuck:

      Dotan Cohen

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