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sendmail client with AUTH

HI,
I use redhat 5.7 .
I configure sendmail as client and deliver the email to the external SMTP server(10.1.1.176) .
The smtp server need SMTP AUTH in order to send email with SMTP.
I configure and follow this link .
Sendmail as SMTP Authentication | Free Linux Tutorials
I try to send email using sendmail to this smtp server but failure with AUTH .
[root@localhost asterisk]# sendmail -f kingman.chui@broadsoft.com -v kingman.chui@broadsoft.com
subject:MMMM
MMMM
.
kingman.chui@broadsoft.com... Connecting to [10.1.1.176] via relay...
220 KINGMANNB ESMTP
>>> EHLO localhost.localdomain
250-KINGMANNB
250-SIZE 20480000
250 AUTH LOGIN PLAIN
>>> MAIL From:<kingman.chui@broadsoft.com> SIZE=18 AUTH=kingman.chui@broadsoft.com
250 OK
>>> RCPT To:<kingman.chui@broadsoft.com>
530 SMTP authentication is required.
>>> RSET
250 OK
>>> RSET
250 OK
kingman.chui@broadsoft.com... Using cached ESMTP connection to [10.1.1.176] via relay...
>>> MAIL From:<> SIZE=1042
250 OK
>>> RCPT To:<kingman.chui@broadsoft.com>
530 SMTP authentication is required.
>>> RSET
250 OK
>>> RSET
250 OK
postmaster... Using cached ESMTP connection to [10.1.1.176] via relay...
>>> MAIL From:<> SIZE=2066
250 OK
>>> RCPT To:<postmaster@localhost.localdomain>
530 SMTP authentication is required.
>>> RSET
250 OK
Closing connection to [10.1.1.176]
>>> QUIT
221 goodbye
=========
[root@localhost mail]# cat authinfo
AuthInfo:10.1.1.176 "U:kingman.chui@broadsoft.com""I:kingman.chui@broadsoft.com""P:123456" "M:LOGIN PLAIN"
AuthInfo: "U:kingman.chui@broadsoft.com""P:123456" "M:LOGIN PLAIN"
[root@localhost mail]# pwd
/etc/mail
[root@localhost mail]#

So, please advice what is the problem in sendmail in order to configure the smtp ATUH client ...
Thank
Regard/chui king man
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Hi
i am desperate, need configure sendmail to use externa SMTP and it does not require authentication. how do i do it?

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