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Old Unix and Linux 01-24-2008   -   Original Discussion by Zarnick
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Gentoo and Qmail

Hello all, I want to create a qmail to just forward messages to a valid smtp over the internet, so I can use mutt to send messages as well as recieving them.
Is there an easy way of doing this? My SMTP server requires authentication.

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Old Unix and Linux 01-25-2008   -   Original Discussion by Zarnick
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See here, I hope this is what you need.
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Old Unix and Linux 01-28-2008   -   Original Discussion by Zarnick
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Actually, on the gentoo documentation there was a document teaching how to make this, but using nbsmtp instead, now it works just fine Linux

Thanks a lot anyway.
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