@girish said in Forward emails to remote SMTP server:
@binary1zero there is no built-in solution for forwarding to another email server.
This is indeed an interesting request though. I guess this allows a setup where the mail is actually stored at home? Also, if the server is at home, how will you access email when outside? Does this mean you will have the home server partially exposed to the world for mail access? In addition, on many ISPs, inbound port 25 is blocked (yes, even inbound, like in comcast).
Exactly what you said. Plan is to run Cloudron/or other mail server on my Synology at home which has ample amount of storage but since ISP cannot give PTR and other settings - I'm using DigitalOcean droplet with Cloudron for my incoming mail (and it works beautifully).
However, it's expensive to store big mailboxes in cloud. So idea is to receive email via cloudron but forward to downstream mail server at home. Home mail server will be exposed enough to access via IMAP etc.. and it will relay all outbound emails via Droplet/Cloud.