> [original post is likely clipped to save bandwidth]
>>I'm a real newbie at this, so I'm having a lot of difficulty.
>>What I need to have set up is a sit where my pop3 users can connect from
>>anywhere, and send and receive mail. I want password checking on both the
>>SMTP and POP3 so that I don't have to worry as much about spam.
>>Is there a simple way to do this? I've been reading the SMTP AUTH setup
>>instructions, and have tried following them, but this isn't easy. I asked a
>>Linux guy here, and he said sendmail isn't easy.
>I wad a nicely running setup with 8.9 except for pop auth. I was hoping
>waiting for 8.10 (.1) and am extremely frustrated. My aliases don't seem to
>work, I can't seem to forward root's mail.
>I'm guessing there are new security "features" at work but trying to find
>out how to use them is pretty hard. I've been all over sendmail.org/net and
>can't get simple stuff to work as above. Basic relay and retrieval work
>I'm about ready to dump it for qmail!
I have 8.10.0 rpms at ftp.nstc.com. I had a page up on my web site, but
the website got redone and I haven't had a chance to put the page back up
yet. What problems are you having with 8.10.1? I've successfully configured
8.10.0 and I'm sure I can help you.
North Shore Technologies, Cleveland, OH http://NorthShoreTechnologies.net
Steve Sobol, BOFH - President, Chief Website Architect and Janitor
Pictures of two of my 'children': http://www.WrinkleDogs.com