On Tuesday, Dec 3, 2002, at 07:42 US/Central, Jima wrote:

Exim supports this out of the box.

SMTP AUTH TLS is what you're after. With an additional pam module you 
can auth via pam.


*shrug* works for me.

> On Mon, 2 Dec 2002, Jim Streit wrote:
> *snip: what he's trying to accomplish*
>> My question, how do I setup my sendmail server to only allow
>> authenticated users to be able to send mail thru my server, and not 
>> make
>> the server an open relay. (Like an ISP)
>> I've searched Yahoo and a sendmail book, but I haven't really found 
>> what
>> I'm looking for.  (I don't know if I've been using the correct
>> terminology, so far i've been looking for things like - client smtp
>> authentication relay ...) Does anyone know how to do what I'm to do, 
>> or
>> can point me in the right direction.
>  I think what you're looking for is SASL, Simple Authentication and
> Security Layer.  I'm not sure what distro/release you're using, but it
> looks like RedHat's included SASL in their sendmail RPMs since at least
> 7.2, which is nice, because I've had to patch the one from 6.2.
>  Here's the URL that got me started with SASL:
> http://www.sendmail.org/~ca/email/auth.html
>  Hopefully this is what you needed.
>      Jima
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