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SMTP Auth

Posted on 2006-10-23
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HI Guys,

I would like to know if my SMTP Auth is activated on my server. Is there any way to find it and I would like to activate it if needed.

Thanks,

P.S.: Im using domino 6.* something.
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Question by:DeNzMoR
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by:DeNzMoR
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ok I got the information, but I`m wondering if I can put an smtp on inbound?
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You need to be more specific.

Please provide an overall view of how your present SMTP works, Domino Versions and what you are trying to do ?

DO you know the difference between SMTP and POP3 ?

I hope this helps !
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by:DeNzMoR
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I wanted to put a auth on the smtp in the inbound to get less spams, but I noticed I rejected legit emails
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