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Re: [tor-talk] Linux mailer "sendmail compatible" with socks support?
mmmm, i was looking for something that would be able to send email even
if the application calling the "sendmail compatible" binary is not
To give you an example, if i run "snort" as an IDS on a machine and i
would like to receive alerting notification, i want to avoid to run
"snort" under torsocks.
Otherwise i may just wrap "sendmail" binary with a shellscript that
execute the real sendmail binary (renamed "sendmail.orig") under torsocks?
Il 12/13/13, 10:38 PM, Jan Weiher ha scritto:
> IMHO ssmtp should work fine with torsocks.
> Am 13.12.2013 15:29, schrieb Fabio Pietrosanti (naif):
>> i'm looking for a solution to enable all email sent from a linux system,
>> to be sent going trough Tor, with a sendmail compatible software.
>> If possible i'd like to avoid dirty configurations with iptables
>> redirections, so i'd like to find an ssmtp/postfix like "sendmail
>> replacement" that can be configured to operate trough socks on localhost.
>> Any idea?
Fabio Pietrosanti (naif)
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