Re: looking for smtp proxy

From: Naren T (
Date: 05/17/02

From: "Naren T" <>
To: "Ben Zino" <>, <>
Date: Fri, 17 May 2002 09:15:08 +0800


I would go for Watchguard, with it's SMTP proxy service .. where additional
controls can be enforced ... (

Cheap ? Guess it is value for money with a lot more to offer than what
others offer ..

Other alternate would be to use a Sendmail on Linux as a relay server ...
or get your ISP to be the Mail relay .. and enforce ETRN for mail .. (if
your mail server supports it !!!)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ben Zino" <>
To: <>
Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2002 6:24 AM
Subject: looking for smtp proxy

> Does someone know a nice smtp proxy soft or a cheap device?
> In fact, I have a mail server running under windows NT that is connected
> directly to the Internet and I would like to use the smtp proxy to hide
> real mail server name when someone is connecting to it through smtp. By
> hidding the real mail server name, it can prevent someone knows the server
> type and try to exploit it when there is a security flaw in the mail
> Thanks in advance.
> Ben