|Aug 18, 2014, 10:19 AM||#1|
10.8 server.app Mail SMTP Authentication
So having just upgraded from 10.7-10.8, i noticed that you no longer need authentication method to send mail. Doesn't seem very secure to be able to send mail without a username and password!
In 10.7 you could specify a username/pass as a requirement. In 10.8 there doesn't seem to be the option. Although it says, "Choose which authentication methods should be used when sending or receiving mail", i can still send without a username and password.
Is it a Terminal job these days as Apple have trimmed down the server.app?
Thanks in advance.
Macbook Pro 2.5 Penryn
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