sending mail with exim4
kerry at gotss.net
Mon Jan 21 17:37:12 EST 2008
The configuration dialog does state that if you need to use multiple
smart-hosts or they require authentication you'll need to edit the config
files by hand.
You'd need to understand Perl compatible regular expressions and add a lot
more complexity to the automated config to achieve this and it isn't
something they could easily error check.
I find it easier to use split config rather than use a monolithic config
all you'll need is a couple of routers and 2 transports to achieve what you
want; information is in spec.txt and the exim faq is extremely useful
especially the cookbook examples.
Many people also use postfix for this sort of stuff;
I personally only have to deliver to one smarthost so it's not something
i'll look into further.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jude DaShiell" <jdashiel at shellworld.net>
To: <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Tuesday, January 22, 2008 4:55 AM
Subject: re: sending mail with exim4
> Yes I selected smarthost. I was asked about the email address to the
> right of the @ sign and that's either going to be shellworld.net or
> verizon.net. However the email needs to go to outgoing.verizon.net or
> mail.shellworld.net to actually get to the right places.
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