get an old pc/server out of the closet and set up linux, postfix, and
mailman. Then sell them a dedicated server with a list manager on it.
Doesn't take a lot to run that in terms of cpu or ram 2ghz cpu 2gb ram
and a hd like > 36g. All of the redhat and redhat clone distros
including fedora,rhel,centos,etc have those things in the repos.
On 11/08/2011 06:48 PM, Frank Bulk wrote:
> But the trust is based solely on SMTP AUTH, and not all of our customers have that feature in their email servers. One example is the use of an onsite third-party server to send mass emails. Besides, I don't want to smarthost all their email.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lyle Giese [mailtoHIDDEN@crcomputer.info]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 08, 2011 4:24 PM
> To: surgemailHIDDEN@etwinsite.com
> Subject: Re: [SurgeMail List] Bulk emailing
> g_rcpt_max_in is for untrusted channels. Remove the limit on g_rcpt_max
> and it goes to 1000. Set g_rcpt_max_in for what un-authenticated
> sessions can send.
> Lyle Giese
> LCR Computer Services, Inc.
> On 11/08/11 16:10, Glenn Meadows wrote:
>> Have them use authenticated login, move to port 567 for their
>> connections. I believe you can set separate limits for authenticated users.
>> *Glenn Meadows*
>> /Mayfield Mastering
>> 2825 Erica Place
>> Nashville, TN 37204
>> On 11/8/2011 4:06 PM, Frank Bulk wrote:
>>> We have customers (churches and schools, primarily), that have their
>>> own email server and want to send one email to hundreds of our
>>> customers. They keep hitting up against the "Limit for recipients of
>>> untrusted channels, default g_rcpt_max", which we've set to 100.
>>> How do we overcome that in way that minimizes abuse by spammers?
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