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  TLS and EXTERNAL authentication for SENDMAIL
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Using TLS and EXTERNAL auth with SENDMAIL

Using certificates with sendmail allows you to encrypt incoming and outgoing traffic, providing the remote client or MTA also support TLS. Using TLS you can protect PLAIN text password when authenticating clients. In addition you could use information extracted from certificates to authenticate hosts and allow relaying.


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