Re: [Nolug] Using ssmtp to feed emails to my ISP

From: Mark A. Hershberger <>
Date: Sat, 07 Aug 2004 16:51:28 -0400
Message-ID: <87657uu0xb.fsf@weblog.localhost>

Scott Harney <> writes:

> Run a good solid simple mailer like postfix and set up
> "" as your relayhost. you only have to set about 4
> variables in /etc/postfix/

Ron, I don't remember what distribution you're using, but I want to
believe it is Debian.

Debian Testing allows you to 'apt-get install postfix' and then answer
a few questions that set up postfix so that it sends everything
to a single point (like Cox's SMTP relays) without touching a single
config file.


A choice between one man and a shovel, or a dozen men with teaspoons
is clear to me, and I'm sure it is clear to you also.
    -- Zimran Ahmed <>

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