Re: [bitfolk] Mail relay

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Hi Murray,

On Wed, May 02, 2018 at 08:41:58PM +0100, Murray Crane wrote:
> Andy, do you run a mail relay/smarthost for customers?


No - I don't think it would have much advantage over sending mail
out of your own IP address. Other than you not having to configure
it, I suppose, but it's not that hard to configure that bit.

I think the hard bit is doing the proper SPF and DKIM and DMARC and
so on and all of that is on you anyway.

> I've got nullmailer running on one of my VPS, and it looks like I
> configured it with a bitfolk.com smarthost, but it doesn't dig/accept SMTP
> (so I'm guessing it either used to exist and doesn't any more, or it never
> existed and I just made some shit up)


There has never been an outbound mail relay for customer use.

Cheers,
Andy

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