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Re: ISP and SMTP Authentication



Am Di, den 18.05.2004 schrieb Jeff Allison um 12:24:

> > Mostly not. Because home users seldom have a resolvable domain name with
> > their home (DSL, modem or whatever) connection. So using the own MTA to
> > deliver directly will cause many mails fail because most MX hosts reject
> > mails coming from unresolvable hosts and/or from dial-up IP ranges.
> > Using the ISP's SMTP server as smart host is a very common setup.
> > 
> > Alexander
> 
> Well said, but any idea how to do it..

Sorry Jeff, I do not understand which information you request. How to do
what? Using the ISP's SMTP server as smart host? That I did explain in
my yesterday's reply to David's original posting.

What information are you missing?

Alexander


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