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On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 12:08 AM, Kory Hamzeh <email@example.com> wrote:
> I am trying to setup postfix to authenticate and relay message from
> 'traveling' users (user connecting to postfix from outside our network and
> IP range). Some of our users are using Apple iPads and connecting with SALS.
> Others are using TLS and are mostly Droid smartphones.
> SASL is almost working. Users can connect and authenticate using
> name/password. They can send mail to domains that we relay for, but if the
> destination e-mail is not one of the domains we relay for, the e-mail
> bounces with "reject: RCPT".
Add permit_sasl_authenticated before reject_unauth_destination .
> My TLS setup is a bigger mess. The maillog tells me that a SSL session has
> been established, but then the connection seems to get cleared by the client
> (Droid). I've looked at many Postfix TLS How-to's, and some of them seem to
> contradict the other.
Logs? postconf -n?
> I am wondering if there is a kind soul who can contact me offline at kory at
> avatar dot com and help me troubleshoot these issues. I have spent hours
> googling and reading on the subject of Postfix TLS support.
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