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I've written before about getting email to send from dumb devices through a Windows Server host to gmail (Google Apps). That works fine in a lot of small offices because there is often a Windows Server sitting around somewhere, even if just for file services.
However, there are times when you DON'T have a Windows Server around and need to send email through a Linux server.
Here's what I do when I want to send email via gmail (Google Apps) and I have an Ubuntu box available...
Ever have your Zimbra server and Barracuda anti-spam system fighting it out over bad recipients? This can really slow down the Barracuda's interface and mail processing.
The fix I used back in 2009 was to make some changes to the POSTCONF settings in zmmta.cf
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