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Finally got my setup to work with postfix multiple instances masegaloeh mentioned. I tried to use exim4, but apt-get install exim4 automatically uninstalled postfix, without even a prompt! Anyways, here is how I got it to work: #Adds some lines to main.cf enabling multiple instance postmulti -e init #Creates a new instance at the directory ...


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You must not authenticate for each email you should send. At the beginning of the process: Session session = loadSession(); Transport transport = session.getTransport("smtp"); transport.connect("example@gmail.com", "password"); After, use the transport object for send each mail without start session: transport.sendMessage(message, ...


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This is an old question that now has easier solutions. Products like OneLogin and Okta can sync to your AD and allow your users to log into Google (via SAML) with their AD passwords. These products are increasing their provisioning capabilities, so that when you add a user to AD they are automatically given a Google Apps account (and accounts on other ...


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My only suggestion is to ignore the squid interception/transparent iptables stuff initially - configure your browser with a web proxy setting, and get that working first -- at least then there are slightly fewer "moving parts" to deal with.


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No, there isn't a way to do what you're asking. Google Apps Password Sync (GAPS) is merely a Password Filter with a component that speaks to Google Apps. You either need to reset (an administrative action) passwords, or change (a user-initiated action) them to trigger GAPS. Without an AD password change or reset event, the filter is never touched, and ...



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