Edit: This doesn't work anymore I don't think, because more modern versions check for SMTP conflicts and don't allow this.
By halfgaar, 6 years ago, on December 12, 2010, at 19:12 |
By halfgaar, 6 years ago, on September 23, 2010, at 15:09 |
I wanted an Exim server which could send mail on its own without the use of another SMTP server.
By halfgaar, 7 years ago, on July 20, 2010, at 11:07 |
A very common way to configure Exim on a Debian machine, is to make it a 'satellite'; a server which uses another SMTP server for sending and does not do local delivery, the latter being the difference with a 'smarthost'. It can be used by other computers in the network to send mail, but also by the machine itself, to send system notifications and such (one of my favorite apps, arpwatch, for example).
By halfgaar, 9 years ago, on August 03, 2008, at 22:08 |