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Tobias Rundstrom supplied a patch to ssmtp to enable secure mailtransferbetween your local (ssmtp) machine and the mailhub. It also supportsauthentication with RSA keys, to enable you to (if you patch the MTA onthe mailhub) have RSA key checks on all relay mails.He wanted this so that he could have the same SMTP server on his laptop evenwhen he moved around on different networks. As he said - "I could have usedpostfix as I did on my mailhub, but that was overkill, so I patched thesmallest program there was :)"information about smtp over ssl for postfix is avalible at:http://www.aet.tu-cottbus.de/personen/jaenicke/pfixtlsHow to use this:I had to add the following config directives:UseTLS=YES/NOSet this to yes and ssmtp will try to connect with SSL to the remote machine.UseSTARTTLS=YES/NODo a EHLO/STARTTLS before starting the SSL negotiation (see http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2487.txt).UseTLSCert=YES/NOSet this to yes to make ssmtp identify itself with a certificate.TLSCert=<file>Specify which certificate file should be used.TODO:* Check server certificate for changes and notify about it.* Diffrent Certificate and Key file?