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Old 04-14-2004, 06:41 PM   #1
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Nuke, Sendmail in a Residential Area ?


Im running a Nuke site and Lots of ISP wont accept my e-mails because I am in a residential area. It all gets tossed back to my root user.

So I went to http://www.dyndns.org/ and bought a outgoing mail hop. It works great for the forums because in the forums I have a space to set up a SMTP server with a user name and passwd. So all mails comming from my forums works just dandy.

My Nuke site however does not have a place to set this up. It uses my sendmail server to send mail notifications.

Is there anything I can do to point my nuke site to the mail hop i bought, it is authenticated so I will also need to pass it a user name and passwd.

I am not a coder so I am not really sure what to do. If I cant set up nuke to do this for me is setting up SASL and forward my local sendmail server to the dyndns server the only option. I have set this up once, SASL that is and it took me a long time to do. I figured I would give a shout out here first before I dove in head first.

Any help would be great TIA.
 
  


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