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    Default Sending mail via a Smart Relay Host that uses authentication

    I have set up a Zimbra server (OS Version 5.0.x) for a client that uses the Public IP allocated by my ISP.

    Unfortunately, this IP range has been blacklisted (not because of the my client's server -- but because other users of the ISP seem to have misused their static IPs at some point in time) by Outblaze and the only way I could release my IP is by my ISP getting the address ranged released from the Outblaze database. My ISP does not seem to be interested in getting this done and as such, we are unable to send email to servers which use the Outblaze lookup table to block mail from blacklisted IP addresses.

    I would like to use another of my servers, which has a clean IP address as a smart relay. While I have figured out how to add the smart relay, there does not seem to be any way on the admin console by which I could provide the authentication credentials.

    Would appreciate any assistance/help in getting this done.

    Regards,
    Krish

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    Welcome to the forums.

    Check this wiki article for details on how to do the authenticated relay.
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    Bill


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    Thanks, Bill, for the welcome. Just goes to show that I have to be more alert when I am searching for something on the Wiki.

    Will try out and update the forum with my progress.

    Cheers,
    Krish

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    Default Sending mail via a Smart Relay Host that uses authentication

    Hi, there:

    I download the open source edition for evaluation and I have the same problem, I do not have access to zimbra::wiki to see auth configuration, any help, it will be welcome.

    Lorenzo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lorenzo View Post
    Hi, there:

    I download the open source edition for evaluation and I have the same problem, I do not have access to zimbra::wiki to see auth configuration, any help, it will be welcome.
    What do you mean you don't have access to the wiki? It's available to everyone, just click on the link I posted above.
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    Thank you Bill, you were right. I assumed that I could not access the wiki because my firefox, display an empty page. I tried with explorer and I access the wiki.

    Lorenzo

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