I read https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SSEPGG_9.7.0/com.ibm.db2.luw.sql.rtn.doc/doc/r0055176.html and tried to run the command provided in the article, even though I fully expect SMTP to not work because my server requires a user name and password authentication that the command is missing.
So, just to try it out, I fired off:
db2 update db cfg using smtp_server 192.168.0.12
It threw this error:
SQL1024N A database connection does not exist. SQLSTATE=08003
Are there any prerequisites to the above command that I am missing?
And once we get this to work with the community’s help, how are we supposed to provide user name and password for the SMTP server in DB2 UDB?
Which ciphers to be used currently, and which protocols to be used in opportunistic TLS for postfix SMTP
I got this message on my Gmail when i sent to my zoho prefessional mail i check all MX , CNAME
Everything is alright, it work perfectly on my web form , but not on gmail when sending an email to my Zoho mail.
On my Track EMail Delivery : Rejected relay attempt:………
Can someone have this problem before help ?
I am trying to configure SSRS 2012 RTM to work with user and password to a remote SMTP server. In 2016 its working just fine but for some reason on 2012 it doesn’t- when i add the SMTP configuration below and then i try to create an SSRS subscription it will not allow sending subscriptions that are not file share subscriptions. IS this feature supported in 2012? (SMTPAuthenticate= 1)
configuration file SMTP setup:
I also checked the error logs and could not find an error. Thanks In advance
Noticed repeating SMTP queries from zx2.quadmetrics.com – after EHLO they QUIT. What information do they gather? What is the purpose? Is it better to block them?
i’m tring to install a smtp server which uses randomly other smtp-servers to send emails. Here is an example setup:
if a email is send using smtp1.domain.de the smtp server will look in a list or something and select one of the smtps provided there with domain email and password. For example:
It would be nice if the select process is scriptable with python or something or may be completly random.
Thanks for your help.
Looking for general mail server security best practices here.
I did some research and it’s really hard to find the information out there.
How do you safe guard a smtp server log? Are there any encryption tools out there? Our reason is if the server is compromised, at least the logs are not in plaint text format for attackers to see without obtain our tool/keys.
It seems like most SMTP servers out there stores recipient information in the log files, how can we ensure these information are not stored or at a minimum are scrambled. Is that possible?
Thank you and I’m still researching on the subject.
Assume Mallory knows the server, username and password that Alice uses to send email via smtp. Can Mallory read Alice’s email? Does it depend on the specific system or configuration?
HOWTO: Install/Configure msmtp and mutt on ubuntu
GTS CA 1O1 as the common name instead of
Google Internet Authority G2. What is the difference between the two.
GTS CA 1O1 refers to the one listed here https://pki.goog/?
GTS CA 1O1 valid until Dec 15, 2021. So by Dec 15, 2021, I should regenerate the local crt file by
openssl x509 -inform DER -in GTS1O1.crt -outform PEM -out gmail-smtp.crt
$ msmtp --serverinfo --tls=on --tls-starttls=off --host=smtp.gmail.com SMTP server at smtp.gmail.com ([184.108.40.206]), port 465: smtp.gmail.com ESMTP a10sm3703146oic.46 - gsmtp TLS session parameters: (TLS1.3)-(ECDHE-X25519)-(RSA-PSS-RSAE-SHA256)-(AES-256-GCM) TLS certificate information: Owner: Common Name: smtp.gmail.com Organization: Google LLC Locality: Mountain View State or Province: California Country: US Issuer: Common Name: GTS CA 1O1 Organization: Google Trust Services Country: US Validity: Activation time: Tue Nov 5 15:45:23 2019 Expiration time: Tue Jan 28 15:45:23 2020 Fingerprints: SHA256: 50:E7:13:03:7B:A8:D8:28:3C:D2:66:AC:58:E3:76:6D:BB:DB:E2:9D:B6:8F:54:38:10:BC:A5:93:67:25:7D:4D SHA1 (deprecated): F4:D9:49:8F:FA:F0:06:D1:B8:D7:AE:A8:56:A3:36:B4:FB:76:3E:32 Capabilities: SIZE 35882577: Maximum message size is 35882577 bytes = 34.22 MiB PIPELINING: Support for command grouping for faster transmission AUTH: Supported authentication methods: PLAIN LOGIN OAUTHBEARER
Need help with enable TLS in Postfix for SMTP Relay connector to Office365
I am new to TLS.
I`ve successfully configured my Postfix SMTP Relay to relay emails to my internal Application by using office365 connector on 25 port.
Due to Security concerns need to relay SMTP to port 587 TLS.
PLS any one help me to how to configure TLS in Postfix SMTP Relay from scratch?