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fore the company i work fore, who has some sales people that travel a lot, i would like to install a mail relay server with login and password so that ...
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    relay server


    fore the company i work fore, who has some sales people that travel a lot, i would like to install a mail relay server with login and password so that the email settings can stay the same all the time. they should not have to use VPN to send mail.

    they have multiple domains.

    now the have to change the relay settings in the mail client to the isp they connect to.

    annyone have an idea how to?

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    Well, a VPN would be more secure and consistent. Any reason why you don't want to use a VPN? OpenVPN works very well for us.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    this way it is also possible fore other users (outside the company) to use this service

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