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Aura Messaging 7.2 SMTPS for outbound email

Aura Messaging 7.2 SMTPS for outbound email

Aura Messaging 7.2 SMTPS for outbound email

HI Everyone.

Right now our Aura Messaging is setup for outbound SMTP on port 25 and all new voicemail are getting out to users email.

Our company IT want us to migrate to SMTPS on port 465 but because we don't have any field to enter Login/Password it does not work.

See attached files for my Mail Option on AAM
after leaving a voicemail to my station. I do not received the email.

AAM SMTP Logs show that i am missing authentication

Feb 15 09:30:28 tora9n0ml postfix/smtp[8869]: 1EB8080148E: to=<daniel.audet@i*****.net>, relay=smtps.i**.**.inet[10.1**.8*.1**]:465, delay=0.07, delays=0.01/0.01/0.04/0.01, dsn=5.0.0, status=bounced (host smtps.i**.**.inet[10.1**.8*.1**] said: 530 Authentication required (in reply to MAIL FROM command))

SO is there a way to get the AAM to send email in SMTPS with a login/password? Can it be configured in SSH?
Or we simply forget about it.
I don't find anything in documentation.
Any one have success implementing SMTPS for outbound email?


Daniel Audet
IT Technical Advisor Senior | Infrastructure, Evolution & Services|
Intact Financial Corporation
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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