IMAP is for the client to receive email, not send email. They still use
SMTP to send email and you can use SMTP AUTH to bypass the RBL's with
On 7/14/2012 10:28 AM, Eric Vey wrote:
> I'm using IMAP on the account that is having trouble.
> On 7/14/2012 11:11 AM, Ed wrote:
>> As long as the users use authenticated SMTP the RBL's are skipped. I
>> know on our system they are. We also use late g_orbs_late which
>> gives them time to log in before the orbs checks.
>> On 07/14/2012 10:40 AM, Eric Vey wrote:
>>> There's no documentation for this one.
>>> I need a way to bypass RBL for a sending address. I can do it with
>>> g_orbs_exception, but I would prefer to either turn off RBL completely
>>> for outgoing mail or by domain name.
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