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Topic # 88462 16-Aug-2011 18:39
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I have a client with a XEROX printer/scanner/fax machine. All is operating well except the scan to email function. My client has an XTRA broadband connection and uses Google Apps - both of which require SSL for their SMTP servers for email. The XEROX scanner does not support SMTP over SSL.

What other SMTP servers can I use which do not require a SSL connection?

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  Reply # 507507 16-Aug-2011 19:07
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Thanks but Gmail also uses SSL. We are looking for a free solution first of all.

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  Reply # 507520 16-Aug-2011 19:35
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Does this client have any servers at their premises? Not to difficult to install a smtp service on a existing linux or windows server and configure it with one account just for the xerox to use.

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  Reply # 507671 17-Aug-2011 08:04
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My client doesn't run a server ... yet. I'm trying to avoid that at the moment as their money is tight. I'll look at scan to a network folder I think.

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  Reply # 507694 17-Aug-2011 08:55
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smtp.xtra.co.nz?

That isn't SSL and uses port 25.

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