Jon Udell points to a GUI tool (Sendmail Enabler) for making sendmail work on OS X.

Yet another reason I'm glad I installed Exim on the TiBook last night. It took all of 10 minutes (including compile time). And now I have secure (thanks to OpenSSL) and authenticated relaying to my favorite mail server. It works from anywhere in the world.

Of course, it was Exim version 3.36. I really need to get on the Exim 4.0 bandwagon one of these days.

Posted by jzawodn at July 21, 2003 12:41 PM

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# Gavin Estey said:

I prefer to just tunnel my way to my mail server:

sudo ssh -C -f -N -l username

Then I get secure POP3 and SMTP, while compression seems to speed things up a lot for me.

on July 21, 2003 04:54 PM
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