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Whitelist to bypass SMTP Authentication?

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by RyanM, Jun 5, 2008.

  1. RyanM

    RyanM Member

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    Is there a whitelist that I can add an IP (or hostname) that will allow emails from a specific location to be able to send email without requiring SMTP authentication? My server is located outside of my office's lan. We are wanting to use the off-site notification feature within our phone system. Each phone extension can be configured to send voicemails as .wav attachments to any email address of their choice. The catch is that the phone system cannot authenticate with SMTP servers and I need to disabled this authentication for our office's IP gateway.

    TIA,
    Ryan
     
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    mtindor Well-Known Member

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    1. Log in to WHM
    2. Go to the Exim Configuration Editor
    3. Under the Access List section find:

    ** Whitelist: Bypass all SMTP time recipient/sender/spam/relay checks [EDIT] [?]

    Click on EDIT, and add the IP address of the server you wish to exempt from being required to SMTP Auth. Save it.

    Have fun.

    Mike
     
  3. RyanM

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    Thanks Mike. That looks easy enough.

    Ryan
     
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