Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 468875
Last modified: 2010-01-14 07:04:54 EST
This is a feature request. (Couldn't find a place for it)
Most ISP providers in our area block port 25 traffic. So any outbound traffic from sendmail is blocked. To get around it you need to relay it through one of their servers (ie smtp1.sympatico.ca or smtp.rogers.com)
Currently I have a bash script for me and my family which does the setup on startup of a new computer.
What would be nice is a nice gui screen which will do simple and/or advanced setup for sendmail. Simple that my mom, who is holding a bell.com card with username/password, could setup. Also, features for profiles. That way a laptop which is moving from location to location could be setup.
I know most "average users" would just setup their client, so this wouldn't be used by many people. Just thought it would be something useful.
And before someone says "Why don't I write it and submit it"... I'm bound by a contract with the company I work for, which was signed when I started in 96. So any code I write and submit to Fedora would be legally owned by that company.
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Changing to F11 since still something I'd like to see there.