isp mail server accept starttls and accept AUTH CRAM-MD DIGEST-MD
250-AUTH CRAM-MD5 DIGEST-MD5
I got this error :
Unknown SMTP authentication method: “digest-md5”
Unknown SMTP authentication method: “DIGEST-MD5”
Any help is welcome.
From the mailx man page…
Sets the SMTP authentication method. If set to
`login', or if unset and smtp-auth-user is set, AUTH LOGIN is used. If
set to `cram-md5', AUTH CRAM-MD5 is used; if set to `plain', AUTH PLAIN
is used. Otherwise, no SMTP authentication is performed.
So I would guess it needs to be login,/plain or use imap and would be
Cheers Malcolm °¿° SUSE Knowledge Partner (Linux Counter #276890)
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After having configured postfix for relaying I am able to send mail using mailx for test.
1°) Add local mail server to /etc/mailrc on sender computer
2°) On the postfix mail server computer verify the /etc/postfix/generic table which contains (left side) the linux user and (right side ) the corresponding ISP user
3°) On the postfix mail server computer verify the /etc/postfix/sasl_passwd table which contains (left side) [smtp.isp_domain] port and (right side ) the corresponding isp user_name@isp_domain:user_password
4°) Use this command on the sender computer (which use smtp parameter which is in /etc/mailrc)
mailx -vvv \
-r $USER@my_local_domain \
-s "Subject: mailx send mail my_server_smtp sender_name to user_name@isp_domain" \
user_name@isp_domain <<< "some text"
Bad parameters in /etc/mailrc prevent mailx to run as needed.
So when doing test check every things.
Obvious isn’t ;).