With 'Pop Before SMTP' Enabled on the MMP, Why do some SMTP Clients Not Need to Authenticate?
(Doc ID 1464671.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 20, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Communications Messaging Server - Version 6.3 and later
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Checked for relevance on 01-06-2014.
In the Messaging Administration Guide, on 'Enabling POP Before SMTP', in the section 'To Install the SMTP Proxy' the following is written :
4.Make sure the IP address that the MMP uses to connect to the SMTP server is not treated as “internal” by the INTERNAL_IP mapping table.
See To Add SMTP Relaying for information about the INTERNAL_IP mapping table.
We have made sure this is configured correctly but nevertheless we see a certain smtp client does not need the 'POP Before SMTP' process to be able to send mail.
We've checked and it seems the client IP address is inside the INTERNAL_IP range inside the mappings file..
Is this expected ?
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