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  Reply # 1414179 26-Oct-2015 22:22
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raytaylor: Yeah i have posted how to do this in the past using some software running on a windows computer which runs an smtp server - it accepts the incoming message from another computer or device on the LAN, wraps it in some SSL, adds some logon info and then pushes it out to a proper smtp server.


Possibly stunnel?
https://www.stunnel.org

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  Reply # 1414191 26-Oct-2015 22:41
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clinty:
raytaylor: Yeah i have posted how to do this in the past using some software running on a windows computer which runs an smtp server - it accepts the incoming message from another computer or device on the LAN, wraps it in some SSL, adds some logon info and then pushes it out to a proper smtp server.


Possibly stunnel?
https://www.stunnel.org


Yep thats the one




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  Reply # 1421907 5-Nov-2015 19:35
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Just following up on this i have managed to ADD SENDONLY address to webmail to allow out of network address to be sent through there services using send.xtra.co.nz. so all in all a fantastic outcome.





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