sending email with debian
kerry at gotss.net
Thu Dec 27 13:18:09 EST 2007
set up exim4;
apt-get install exim4
tell it you have a smarthost, set the smarthost to your upstream isp mail
Most boxes drop mail from ip addresses that are considered
residential/adsl/cable/dialup so best to relay through a smarthost.
There are also paid services for this if you can't get your isp's mail
server to accept your mail.
will re-ask you _all_ the questions rather than the usual ones you get when
your priority is set to high.
will allow you to change interface to readline, (easier to use in my
and set priority to medium.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Keith Barrett" <lists at barrettpianos.co.uk>
To: <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Friday, December 28, 2007 1:20 AM
Subject: sending email with debian
> I can now receive e-mail using fetchmail and mutt.
> Wondering now about sending mail?
> I collect mail using smtp.
> Wonder what are the most simple options for a beginner?
> I have more than one email address and fetchmail is collecting mail from
> Would like to be able to filter mail later but would like to get the
> sorted out first.
> Thanks all for your patience.
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> Speakup at braille.uwo.ca
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