Sunday, July 3, 2016

SMTP Relay For Your Lab (Using Gmail)

In my home lab, I have several applications that send email.  Most of them run on linux (CentOS or Ubuntu).

I found the following directions to setup Postfix.  I started doing this on every box and realized I was being dumb.  I just need to setup one relay server.  I thought about setting up a services box for this and other functions but found a distro that does everything I wanted.

I installed Zentyal and configured the mail server to relay mail through my Gmail account.  Then just point all my other applications/servers at this internal relay.  Problem solved.  Now on to getting everything to authenticate through ldap, etc.

 




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