> Well, your smtp server will have something in its configuration that
> tells it that doe.com is local; you will have to remove that something.
If you really want to relay your internal mail though the Internet,
you're going to have to find something on Internet that allows you to do
relaying. Maybe your ISP will allow you to do it, but no one else
should. If anyone else allows it, it's because they're misconfigured,
in which case you really don't want to rely on them. I'd suggest not
relying on them even if they are purposefully open.
I'm running RH 7.3 on a BookPC, and pretty happy actually
with the look and feel, the easy setup (amazing, RH around 5.x was
actually impossible for me to setup and I ain't no dumby, or am I).
I have POP accounts and SMTP access to those accounts for Mail
and want to use them. I have got POP working, but the KMail seems
to not allow me to use a remote SMTP, forcing me to use the local
SMTP. I really want to SMTP login at my mail host service and would
like to know if there is a way to do it. Otherwise this is a step
backwards for me email-wise. Thanks, if you would email me directly
I dont read Linux groups much, and really appreciate your help!