Thank you Andrew.
I have a Postfix setup running in my server for other services. It is tested and works with Mandrill .
For Moodle configuration then, will be just to send the mails to the local server (localhost) on the port postfix listens to?
You have two options:
- Clear all SMTP values in Moodle. This will make the mailer library use the `sendmail` binary if it is in the path (it normally is). This is typically the fastest option as it uses sockets rather than ports.
- Use the SMTP option if you have configured it - i.e. localhost on port 25. This will still be fast but will open a port for each mail sent. This has an inherent TCP overhead and time cost, but it's negligible.
Thank you very much for your answers. Once i get back to office i will try the solutions.