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Secure outgoing email with SSL

I currently work for a bank, so security is paramount.

I'm trying to secure outgoing email from our fax machines to our email host, rackspace. On a normal client, I would simply turn on ssl, and everything is fine. However, our fax machines do not support ssl. How would I go about encrypting the normal smtp traffic so that it is using ssl before it leaves my network? Could I use postfix on a server somehow? maybe stunnel?

I attached a simple network diagram of what I'm trying to do.
Email-Diagram.jpg
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JoshBottorff
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corneritCommented:
Would this service be of benefit?
http://www.smtp-server.com/

Hope this helps.
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JoshBottorffAuthor Commented:
technically I guess it could work, but i already have the hardware, and would rather not invest any more into this project. Besides, I would still have to research the company's financials for regulatory requirements.

Is there any way I can do this myself? I can figure it out if someone could point me in the right direction.
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JoshBottorffAuthor Commented:
I found this http://www.hmailserver.com/index.php?page=download

should do what I need.
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