Colm MacCarthaigh, Wed, Feb 09, 2005 at 09:51:58AM +0000:
> > BTW, someone pointed out that this can be a pain for dialup clients; while
> > I agree, I poitn out that this can be easily solved implementing SMTP AUTH
> > (and furthermore enhancing security implementing TLS - which is straightforward
> > if using a fairly decent SMTP server <flamebait>ie, non-Sendmail</flamebait>).
> TLS has *nothing* to do with solving this problem for them. Unless you
> mean for Colm to turn dagda into an authenticated smarthost for them.
Wait, this are the moments when my unability of clearly express my thoughts
in english come out. I was NOT talking dagda-centrically, but doing a more
general consideration. It's fairly clear that in dagda's case there
aren't^H^H^H^H^H^Hshouldn't be dialup clients connecting to it.
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