On 04/05/99(21:29) you firstname.lastname@example.org wrote
|I am searching for transparent proxy for SMTP. I have found some
|solutions that not exactly match my demand (all using relay and
|one to many connections). I need a solution that is able to handle
|many to many connections on the incoming and outgoing side,
Does not "sendmail" match your demand?
Although I don't have any experience on free sendmail, I suppose
it is the first candidate for such usage.
|because we do not want to use any (external) relay hosts. All
|traffic should be send to a special box appearing as our normal
|mail-server and then delivered to our internal mail-system. Outgoing
|mail should be send to the same box and then directly forwarded to
|the reciptions mail-server (without using any relay services).
|I think an outgoing one to many connection with using a relay
|system is no problem while using delegate. But how delegate
|handles many to many connections? Is it able to handle things like
Basically it will be done with
delegated -P25 SERVER=smtp PERMIT="smtp:*:*"
which means making DeleGate work as a SMTP proxy relaying SMTP
protocol permitting access to any server from any client. But
in truth I'm not sure if it practically works, since I've never
practically used DeleGate as a SMTP proxy.
Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> http://www.etl.go.jp/~ysato/ @ @
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