Scrollout F1 as Smarthost with SMTP authentication

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Anonymous
2013-07-16
2013-11-14

  • Anonymous
    2013-07-16

    I want to use Scollout as Smarhost for my Mail-Server. If I add the IP of my Mail-Server in “Trust networks” in the Web-Interface it works as expected. But my Mail-Server has no static IP or Subnet instead I get a new dynamic IP every day. So “Trust networks” seems not to be an option in this situation. Instead, there is a possibility to use SMTP authentication like SASL? Or is there even an easier solution?

    Thanks

    Urban

     
  • Marius Gologan
    Marius Gologan
    2013-07-16

    Hello Urban,

    At this time is not possible. It will be implemented sometime in the future, but I can;t promise when.

    Marius.

     
  • Hadi M. Zeid
    Hadi M. Zeid
    2013-11-13

    Hi Marius,
    is that implemented or not yet.
    if not is there a way to bypass this issue?

     
  • Marius Gologan
    Marius Gologan
    2013-11-13

    I worked on this issue, but needs to be improved. It doesn't work for domains having a long name. The user and password are generated automatically and provided per each domain in ROUTE > INBOUND.

     
  • Hadi M. Zeid
    Hadi M. Zeid
    2013-11-14

    is there any example how it works.
    also please what do you mean long name domains?

     

  • Anonymous
    2013-11-14

    For example, you have two companies as clients with two domains:
    Company A - domainA.com
    Company B - domainB.com

    If they want to relay emails using your system, each one must set their email server to use Scrollout as smarthost with authentication.

    Company A - relays to Scrollout with user domainAcom@domainA.com pass random-hash-key-A.
    Company B - relays to Scrollout with user domainBcom@domainA.com pass random-hash-key-B.

    User name characters limit is 32. Will be change to virtual users in the future.

     


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