[FOSDEM] Have you received my sign on your keys?

Gabor Kuti gabor.s.kuti at googlemail.com
Tue Feb 10 22:19:17 CET 2009


(I believe this conversation can be useful for others, if not please
ignore; I'll press the mute button on me now :))

Ok, what you are saying is true. Probably I was not completely clear.
I did set it up to use my ISP's mail server as the SMTP server.

What I was trying to suggest that if you used caff's $CONFIG{} to send
mails via $CONFIG{'mailer-send'} you are not able to test that it
works until it's too late.

The ISP required that my MTA sends with 'mail name' 'chello.at'  as
the domain name used to 'qualify' mail addresses. I was able to
specify a different sender (i.e. my valid email address) in the
/etc/email-addresses file.

Cheers,
Gabor

On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 9:52 PM, Iacopo Benesperi
<iacopo.benesperi at mozillaitalia.org> wrote:
> Gabor Kuti ha scritto:
>> I think the trick is that instead of defining $CONFIG{'mailer-send'}
>> in .caffrc you should set up the mail transfer agent first (I have
>> installed mail & exim4).
>
> Actually I think is better to use an external smtp server because if I
> set up a MTA on my computer, my mails would be probably blocked by yours
> incoming servers because considered as spam since I have a dynamic IP
> address.
> However, it should work with an external smtp server without problems, too.
>
> Iacopo
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