I need to be able to send email from a client (an OKI document scanner) which is non-TLS capable. But my company's email service is provided by Gmail-Google Apps, which is configured to force TLS authentication. Therefore the scanner cannot connect to the Google SMTP server.
I have a local linux machine that I could use in the following way: have the scanner connect to some kind of email relay in the linux machine without TLS, and have the linux machine relay the email to Google's server under TLS.
Could you tell me if there is any kind of simple MTA that I could install in the linux machine and that would allow me to do this? I have zero experience with full-fledge MTAs of the likes of sendmail, postfix or exim, so the simplest the solution the better.
If the solution were to use a full-fledge MTA (sendmail, postfix or exim, or whatever), could you also help with the configuration? I understand these are not trivial to configure.
There is of course no need for the scanner to receive emails, just to send them.