Allow internal network devices to send email with insecure connection


#1

Dear all,

I just moved from Iredmail and I must say that i fell in love with MIAB. Simple and it is working like described.

I am facing a small issue. I have Samsung MFP and before on Iredmail I needed to change /etc/postfix/master.cf with the following

2525      inet  n       -       -       -       -       smtpd
  -o smtpd_sasl_auth_enable=yes
  -o smtpd_sasl_security_options=noanonymous

to allow for the printer to send insecure email via port 2525.

I have tried the same with MIAB but failed to send email. Is there a way how I could send insecure email from MFP ?

p.s. MFP (Samsung CLX-3180 Series) should allow SSL or TLS but it does not work


#2

You could try a mail proxy instead.

Linked project is a little older but should do almost exactly if not exactly what you need. Setup might be involved. I also have never used it before, so I can’t speak to how well it works. However it was the best result (description-wise) that I could find with google.

(Run the above script on a LOCAL COMPUTER IN YOUR OFFICE / HOME NOT ON YOUR MIAB SERVER)

EDIT:

Actually, configuration looks dead simple:

[local]
host = 0.0.0.0
port = 25

[remote]
host = box.example.com
port = 587
use_ssl = no
starttls = yes
smtp_auth = yes
smtp_auth_user = username@example.com
smtp_auth_password = PASSWORD