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Where do I set the settings for SMTP Auth for POSTFIX?
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Which distribution do you use?
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Old 19th October 2005, 23:46
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Basically, I want to be able to send SMTP requests (emails) from 70.88.225.1-6 to any domain without having to use the username/password combo (SMTP Auth).

It is because I have a LISTSERV setup that apparently doesn't allow me to use SMTP Auth

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Have a look here: http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_fedora_core_4

You can put the IP addresses that need no authentication into the variable mynetworks in /etc/postfix/main.cf.
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What i'm trying to do is use the mynetworks setting to allow SMTP connections from my block of IP Addresses (70.88.225.1 through 70.88.225.6).

Do I have to do this in CIDR format? If so, what would be the exact CIDR I would use?


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Found out what the problem was:

I needed to put in my internal IP address mynetwork settings ...

Thanks everyone!

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What i'm trying to do is use the mynetworks setting to allow SMTP connections from my block of IP Addresses (70.88.225.1 through 70.88.225.6).

Do I have to do this in CIDR format? If so, what would be the exact CIDR I would use?
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