On Monday 02 December 2002 09:06 pm, Jim Streit wrote:
> I'm running a sendmail 8.11.6 mail server behind a firewall.  I allow
> internal users get mail from the server with POP3 and send messages out
> with SMTP thru the server.  I did this by allowing the local network to
> relay off the server

First SHUT-OFF pop and turn on pop-ssl and/or imap-ssl. Don't let your 
username and passwords be sprayed all over the Internet.

For the rest of your questions:

Extended Features of Sendmail (SMTP AUTH and STARTTLS)

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