There is another alternative: the small business version of VOPmail. With
it, you could create a generic mailbox & password, and your roaming users
would just specify that username/password in their outgoing mail
authentication configuration panel.
The other alternative, already mentionned, is using a HTML interface to your
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> -----Original Message-----
> The new version of NTMail uses an internal password system, so it sounds
> like the relay package won't work. Any other users with VOP mail
> that might comment on the package?
> ----- Original Message -----
> >We have solved this difficulty in VOPmail by requiring ESMTP
> >before opening an unapproved IP for relay. This of course requires your
> >customer to use a mail client that supports ESMTP authentication.
> >If your NTMail user repository is stored in either the NT SAM or an ODBC
> >DSN, we have just introduced a light, relay-only version of VOPmail for
> >$175. This version could authenticate against your NTMail user
> >and be used only by your roaming users.
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