I have a user that when outside the office can not send to an outside company email address. what would be the easiest and best way to eliinate this issue?
I am really looking for the most efective way.
adding the yahoo.com address to the /etc/mail/access
for example yahoo.com relay
the thing about this(correct me if I am wrong) is that I would have to enter each individual address for this to become effective. MSN< AOL< ect
or would it be better for the user to chane the setting in the SMTP settings to the ISP that is being used?
I looked into SMTP AUTH but that looks like it is a bit difficult.
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