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Old 13th April 2006, 16:57
lyndros lyndros is offline
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Originally Posted by falko
There are three scenarios when you don't have to authenticate when you want to send mails:
  1. You're sending directly from the server, e.g. with webmail.
  2. You're sending to e recipient whose mailbox is on the server.
  3. You're sending from a computer that is within mynetworks in /etc/
ok, falko i understand but my networks only responds to so if i tried from a machine from my local network 192.168.1.x , i must auth because it's not on my networks and i can send mails to any external domain, like hotmail, gmail etc...

thks in advanced :-)
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