We often find ourselves setting up multifunction printers which include to email capability. Until recently virtually all ISPs that we encountered did not force SSL with SMTP. More recently we are finding that many ISPs are now requiring it. As many MFPs don't support SSL with SMTP we find ourselves having to us another SMTP account/provider to handle the sending of email which isn't optimal.
One thought was to host a small SMTP server/relay on premise that would accept email without SSL and relay that using SSL to the ISP's SMTP. Could/would this work? Any other suggestions on getting around this?
The solution would be preferably Windows based; however, anything I could "black box" for the client would also work.