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Wed Mar 30 17:27:36 BST 2011
Paul Walker wrote on 30-03-11 13:22:
> On Wed, Mar 30, 2011 at 08:29:16AM +0100, Peter Mitchell wrote:
>> Yes, we use Be and we had this too. The worst thing is that you don't know
>> they are doing it - they simply fail to deliver your outgoing email. No
>> bounce warning or anything.
> Do Be also block outgoing SMTP connections to non-Be servers (SSL/TLS
> secured)? e.g. a virtual machine rented elsewhere which accepts SSL-secured
> authenticated relays?
> (NB - I've considered moving to Be and so I'm just looking for information,
> not saying it's your own fault for not doing this...)
You can certainly use a non-Be SMTP server - I sometimes use
gmail's as a fallback. Dunno about the SSL stuff.
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