I have a problem with relaying email through my ISP's server.
I have AT&T DSL, and not only do they block port 25, they also require SSL based connections to port 465.
From the AT&T email config site:
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Incoming mail server: POP.ATT.YAHOO.COM Outgoing mail server: SMTP.ATT.YAHOO.COM Outgoing mail server: Outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication Incoming mail port #: 995, secure connection (SSL) checked Outgoing mail port #: 465, secure connection (SSL) checked
( I know SSL has been covered alot in the forums, and I found one that looks really close to helping...but it was written specifically for gmail and I'm having trouble translating it to my ISP...
http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewto ... hlight=ssl )
incoming mail is working perfectly, so I pretty much don't care about all the POP3 stuff right? (I'm not pulling email from the ISP, only trying to relay SMTP....)
I have installed STUNNEL and configured it with the example config file from the post above, with a couple of modifications...
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# Name this file client-stunnel.conf and place # in your stunnel directory #Some performance tunings socket = l:TCP_NODELAY=1 socket = r:TCP_NODELAY=1 ; Use it for client mode client = yes ; Service-level configuration service = Stunnel-Client ;# POP3 service, listens on localhost:11111 ;[gmail-pop3s] ;accept = localhost:11111 ;connect=pop.gmail.com:995 # SMTP service, listens on localhost:11026 [gmail-smtps] protocol=smtp accept = localhost:11026 connect=smtp.att.yahoo.com:465
(and get a warning saying not to do that...but I think it's correct)...
This is where I enter my username and password for my ISP's authentication as well...right? seems weird..not sure how that would get passed through stunnel and to the ISP...but that's the only place I can see an option for it. Should the username and password maybe go in the stunnel config file?
anyway..I try to send email, and get a response saying it tried like 10 times and couldn't send it.
I think my config is screwy in either the hmail relay settings or the config file, but either way...some help would be greatly appreciated..