Selecting a SMTP Before Sending
Tom.Fonck at joow.be
Mon Aug 27 19:59:38 UTC 2007
Arnold Pietersen schreef:
> Derek Broughton wrote:
>> Arnold Pietersen wrote:
>>> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
>>> <body bgcolor="#ffffff" text="#000000">
>> Please don't use HTML to send to mail lists.
>>> <font size="+1">Is there any way that one can select a SMTP before
>>> sending mail? <br>
>> There are numerous solutions, but you haven't given us enough information.
>> Most mail programs allow you to select from a number of accounts or
>> identities for sending - so we need to know which mail program.
>> For an MUA-independent solution, I use masqmail as a local SMTP server (so
>> my mail client always sends mail to localhost:25, which detects my current
>> location and forwards it to the appropriate server. When at work, it's
>> even smart enough to send internal mail to the LAN's SMTP server, and
>> external mail to Gmail.
> I have turned off the HTML sending.
> I am using Thunderbird.
For thunderbird there's an addon : SMTPSelect 1.0.0
Then you can select differents SMTP severs. Just follow the information
on the website.
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