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Thread: [SOLVED] Enabling SMTP Relay Securely (if client is Gmail)

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    Default [SOLVED] Enabling SMTP Relay Securely (if client is Gmail)

    My apologies up front if this question has been previously answered in this or other parts of the forum! I looked for the specific answer, but either didn't find it, or didn't know that I'd found it!

    I would like to enable zimbra to act as a secure smtp relay for users that may choose to utilize their Gmail accounts as a consolidation point for all of their e-mail, but I need to make sure I do it in a manner that is safe & secure.

    Thanks in advance to anyone that can provide constructive assistance ;-)

    Tim

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    solved my own problem (always a good thing!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by timothy.watt View Post
    solved my own problem (always a good thing!)
    Indeed it is but you might like to post your solution for anyone else that comes upon this thread.
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